Town face a huge game this weekend as they host relegation rivals Bristol Rovers.
Joey Barton's side currently occupy the final relegation position, but are just two points below Cobblers
It looks set to be another nerve-jangling afternoon for Town fans, but they have been able to celebrate four home wins in the past six matches at the PTS Academy Stadium.
And even though supporters are not permitted to attend once again this weekend, Brady knows the meaning of this match to them and the club.
“It’s another big challenge for us," Brady said.
"Throughout the season so far we’ve had big games and right now we’ve put ourselves in a position where we are above the line and we need to keep fighting to move away from it.
“Saturday is another game in our quest to get to where we need to finish. We are organised, prepped and ready to go.
"We are focusing on our performance and if we perform to the level we know we can we will give ourselves every chance of winning the game."
Cobblers have collected 39 points from 40 games in Sky Bet League One so far.
And Brady is not about to set any limits in terms of what he wants them to achieve from the final six matches of the season.
“I have a points total in mind of where we need to get to but I don’t want to set any limits, we’ve got six games left and I want us to win as many of those as we can," Brady said.
“I know what we are aiming for and I believe we can get there.
“We’ve had some really good results at home recently, the boys enjoy playing here and all we are missing is the supporters.
“It would have been great to share those results with them but hopefully we can give them another performance and result to enjoy on Saturday."