STEPHEN Quinn says that the Brewers are remaining positive about their situation after Saturday’s draw against Walsall.
The former Reading midfielder played the full-90 minutes as Albion drew a blank at home, despite creating opportunities to win the game.
Quinn admits that the goals are not flowing as much as the Brewers would like, but is adamant that Nigel Clough’s side will stick together as they look to increase their proficiency in front of goal.
He said: “It’s not that we are doing things differently, I think it is just this part of the season where it is a bit sticky for us and we are just not scoring as many goals as we would like to.
“That is not to say that the lads still aren’t trying their best and trying to do the right things. We have just got to go back to the training ground and keep working hard.
“Maybe it is the time of the season, the cup run might have caught up with us but it’s a good point on the board (against Walsall) when you look at it, with the result last week.
“We have got Coventry on Friday night, under the lights, so we have just got to go again. You have got to be resilient and positive, and we are. We are a positive bunch, there are a few young lads and we stick together and keep fighting.”