NIGEL Clough is challenging his Brewers team to end the season unbeaten.
Albion haven’t lost since the 2-1 defeat at Charlton on March 12 and have won four and drawn one since.
The latest success was a 3-0 win at Scunthorpe on Saturday.
There are now four games left for Clough's men, starting with the Good Friday visit of promotion-chasing Portsmouth to the Pirelli Stadium (kick off 3pm).
The Brewers also face Luton at home and have to travel to Southend and Peterborough.
Clough said: “We want to finish as high up the league as we can and get as many points as we can.
"Our aim is to try and win our last four games. We want to stay unbeaten and for the lads to go away in a confident mood so they are all looking forward to coming back in July.”
The frustrating thing for Clough is that Albion haven’t managed to drag themselves into the play-off picture – largely because Doncaster, who sit in the final play-off spot, have matched the Brewers good run (both clubs have 13 points from the last 18).
Clough said: “Doncaster were due a run. They had lost one or two before that but good teams keep going and they have hit form again.
“But we will keep going, keep plugging away and see where that takes us.”