Defence is Kee for Billy

Striker Billy Kee believes Burton's defence has been integral to their recent upturn in form.

Last Updated: 10/12/12 at 14:03

Kee: Full of praise for team-mates

Kee: Full of praise for team-mates

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Kee was on target on Sunday to secure a 1-0 win against Accrington, a second successive victory and clean sheet for Gary Rowett's men, which sent them to within a point of the League Two play-off places.

Kee refused to take the credit for the three points, instead heaping praise on his team's defensive display.

He told the Burton Mail: "It was nice to score early on and and start, of course, but I think you could see how good of a team performance it was with our defending.

"We're keeping clean sheets and that's a massive thing. The back four were superb and they're always superb.

"I'd say we've got the best four or five centre-halves in the league with Stanno (Nathan Stanton) and G (Aaron Webster) on the bench who can play anywhere."

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