"We want to give the fans a couple of good days out because they certainly deserve it for how they have supported the team across the season"
Town owe it to their supporters to finish the season as strongly as possible, says Kieran McKenna.
The Blues go into the final five games of the campaign sitting eight points and three places adrift of the play-off spots following the midweek fixtures in League One.
Kieran says that the focus is solely on picking up as many points as possible in the remaining matches of the season, beginning with Saturday's trip to Shrewsbury.
"There are five games left; that’s a lot of points to play for so we're not looking too far ahead to next year," said the Blues' boss.
"That is the immediate focus. The future, the summer and next season can be looked at down the line.
"We owe it to the supporters more than anyone to try and finish the season off strongly, so all of our focus is on that. We want to give them performances and results that they can enjoy.
"We want to give the fans a couple of good days out because they certainly deserve it for how they have supported the team across the season.
"Everyone around the Club from the staff to the players and, hopefully, the supporters can see that the Club is moving in a positive direction.
"We’ve got a group of players who all want to be here and be part of the journey. Everyone is fighting to show they can be part of that."