What a difference a week makes. Last week it was doom and gloom as we slipped down the table but now we have six points from six - only regretting we didn’t turn the Macc draw into a win and have nine from nine.
But we have said we need to go on a run and that’s three games unbeaten and we want to continue it against Rochdale tomorrow.
Obviously we would love to beat them because it is a local derby, they are top of the league and it would do our play-off chances the world of good.
We are desperate to get into the top seven instead of being on the fringes all the time and hopefully stay there.
Rochdale would be a big scalp and it’s a great fixture for us as we do tend to do better against the teams who are up challenging for promotion - Notts County apart. They will give us plenty of respect as we beat them at their place and I can’t wait.
Looking back to Saturday, Barnet was a superb result but, even with 10-men, we knew there were goals in us and we stayed positive.
Even though we were trailing 1-0, the mood was good at half-time as we knew we could get something out of the game and so it proved.
Phil Edwards having a penalty saved has opened up a bit of a debate as I want to throw my hat into the ring for penalties again but Symesy wants them. And Billy Kee can strike a good penalty so the gaffer’s got a few people wanting a go.
Billy hit a great winner although his celebration left us bemused.
I went over to celebrate with him and he was just doing his crazy shadow boxing dance so¿I left him to it.
I did watch what he was copying on Youtube and it is funny but I won’t be repeating it. I will leave that to Billy.
Then Rotherham was another strong performance on Tuesday. I think the first half was as good as we have played all season and we should have been more than 1-0 up.
We did believe we could score the winner though but I never expected Dean Winnard to make it.
To be honest I was yelling at him to pass to me and then he suddenly turned into a marauding winger, cutting inside and playing the perfect cross for Jimmy (Ryan) to score. I am glad he ignored me now!
Then we have Burton on Tueday and I must admit, when I saw their result against Cheltenham, I thought it was some kind of joke - 6-5.
But that just about sums this league up - anyone can beat anyone and the games are never over until the final whistle. It just goes to show.
That’s another huge game as they still harbour hopes of making the play-offs but this is an important game in hand for us and, after the last two wins, we really want to press on.
We will welcome back Rommy Boco to the Crown Ground and I know he was a fans favourite when he was at our club.
It will be nice to see him again but we have got to make sure he doesn’t get the winning goal against us.