Martin Allen has this week continued plotting Barnet's escape from relegation in his usual inimitable style.
The Bees boss held a team meeting on Tuesday to spell out his goals for the rest of the season.
"We had a squad and staff meeting to remind each and every person that there are six games to go and 18 points to win," he said.
"I reminded them in no uncertain terms that the goal is to play good football, be competitive, be good to each other on and off the field, to call me `Mart' and to enjoy the job of being a footballer.
"And after that, how many points we do manage to get, what will be will be."
Barnet host Crewe on Saturday lying three points behind Burton and safety, although Albion have two games in hand.