The Saddlers are unable to threaten the play-off places while at the same time they cannot be relegated after an indifferent campaign at the Banks's Stadium.
Fans will go into 2009/10 with renewed hope under the guidance of Chris Hutchings and Martin O'Connor, but midfielder Bradley, who has been one of the big plus points of this season, is keen to ensure the current campaign does not finish with a whimper.
"We want to finish as high as we can. I know everyone is saying that but that's what we want to do," said the Wales under-21 international in the Birmingham Mail.
"We want to keep pushing on, performing well and hopefully the points will come. You always want to win and we feel the same. The gaffer is pushing us on and we will keep going for the remaining three games.
"From the players' point of view we want to keep getting the points on the board as we can and see where it takes us."