Luton skipper wants to make it seven unbeaten at QPR
Hatters captain wants to take momentum into next season
Town skipper Sonny Bradley wants his side to make it seven unbeaten when they head to QPR this afternoon for their final game of the Championship season.
The Hatters, who have already secured a first top half finish in the second tier since 2006, have ended the campaign in some real form, with three victories and three draws from their last six encounters.
They now go to a QPR side who themselves have been in excellent shape recently, winning eight from 13, but Bradley knows that despite there being only positions to play for, Luton potentially able to rise to 10th in the table, the players won't be allowed to have their minds elsewhere.
He said: “We’re unbeaten in six now, we’re looking to go and hopefully beat QPR and see how high we can finish.
“It’s a game that we want to go and win, I know how professional our manager is, we will not take our foot off the gas.
“Six games ago, we could have easily taken our foot off the gas knowing that we were safe, but that’s not embedded in this football club’s attitude.
“We want to keep going, progress, we’re six unbeaten, we don’t want to lose that now, we want to go seven unbeaten and hopefully win, as that gives us real momentum going into next season."
Bradley has also got one eye on bettering Town's efforts next term, although with the current campaign beginning just over month after the last season finished, due to the coronavirus pandemic and this summer's European Championships, he is eagerly looking forward to finally have a few weeks off.
He added: “When we come back, we hope we can progress again.
"It’s another big ask, but it’s been a big ask every year since I’ve been here.
"We’ve got a group of players who are hungry for success, but we need a rest, I can’t remember having a rest.
"Then we evaluate, strengthen in the summer, we come back and we progress again hopefully."