The two clubs meet this Saturday.
McAuley told the WBA website: "We want to show our progression, so we're not going to stop now.
"To finish as the top team in the Midlands would be nice. We also have other goals, as we'd like to maybe get to ten clean sheets, which would be a great achievement from a defensive point of view.
"Obviously, we'd also like to score more goals and things like that, so there's plenty to play for in the last three games.
"We'll keep on going right until the end of the season."