AFTER three draws in a row in League One, Nigel Clough wants his team to kick on with a some wins to keep the momentum going.
The latest draw came at home to Oxford on Saturday when the Brewers had to play with 10 men for nearly 80 minutes.
The Albion manager said: “Even with 10 men on Saturday we were close to the win, but we will take the draws as defeats are what really hurt you. The stats will say it’s better to win one, lose one than get two draws, but the defeats set you back and we had too many of them earlier in the season.
“The draws we have been getting keep the points tally ticking over but we feel that all season we have played better than the results.
“We have one defeat in eight and the only loss was that ridiculous game against Gillingham, so it’s good for us as we haven’t put these kind of runs together. Now it’s about the next stage and can we get some wins as well?
“Everybody needs a run at this point in the season. If you have any aspirations of making the top six or getting out of the bottom four, you need a few wins and to stay unbeaten as well.
“We have 16 games to concentrate on and we want to pick up as many points as possible.”