Boro head coach Jonathan Woodgate hopes his side can build on Saturday's performance when we face Huddersfield Town tonight (7.45pm).
The Teessiders dominated large chunks of Saturday's meeting with league leaders West Brom, with the Baggies edging us out through a late goal.
Despite the result, Woodgate was encouraged by the display from his side at the weekend, and hopes Boro can improve on it in our second of three matches inside a week.
"I've told them that if they play like that, they'll get wins in this league and that's what we need to start doing - win games," said the Boro boss.
"I want the games to come as quick as possible, and Huddersfield are in a similar position to us so it's a big game - like every other game - but we want to win the game."
The Terriers are unbeaten in their last four games after new manager Danny Cowley arrived in mid-September, and Woodgate knows it will be a challenge to overcome them on their own patch.
"Since the new manager has come in he's done really well with them," he said.
"They're four unbeaten now and they play some good football. I watched them against Blackburn at the weekend, and again they played good and he's doing well for them.
"They play out from the back, they're expansive and they've got three really quick front players. Like I say before every game, it will be a big test for us."
A cash turnstile will be available tonight at the John Smith's Stadium for Boro fans.
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