Striker Kieffer Moore says Barnsley’s players are heading into the most important seven games of their careers.
The Reds are five points adrift of safety and need points fast in their Championship survival bid.
First up is a derby at Oakwell as they host Sheffield United today.
Moore, pictured, who has scored three goals since joining the club in January, admitted: “This could be the seven biggest games of our careers.
“Nobody wants to go down and we’ll fight until the end. We know what we have to do. It’s going to be a fight but we have to pick up points.
“Pressure’s part of football. If you can’t deal with pressure then you shouldn’t be a footballer.
“We want to play for the fans and show them that we care and we want to do well for this club.”
He added: “It should be a good game and hopefully there’s an electric atmosphere.
“I watched their (United’s) last game on the TV and I can see us turning them over and using the three points for our own benefits.
“I can’t reiterate enough how big the fans are for us. They’re our 12th man.”