DO you get nervous and how much sleep do you think you'll get tonight? Karren, Dewsbury
Jacko says: I DOUBT I'll get much sleep but I'll be raring to get going come the game!
It's strange how things have developed over the last few months because things have obviously been on my mind and I have been getting up at 5am or 6am.
With the position we are in there is obviously some tension - to say the least! - but there's an excitement, too, and it all comes together to affect you.
As for getting nervous, I suppose I do, particularly in the immediate build-up to each game.
It's because I want my lads - a great group of players to work with - to do themselves justice every time they go out.
Imagine how nervous the normal supporter gets, especially before a match like this one, and multiply it by 10. That's how I feel!
AFTER Hull, how did it feel to see so many fans at the Mac last Saturday? Jon T, Edgerton
Jacko says: IT WAS a terrific turnout with almost 17,000 of our own fans and it proved to me that this is a very big football club.
People can use that phrase all too easily, but to have a gate like that really shows what we are capable of doing here at the McAlpine.
The club wasn't attracting crowds like that in the First Division, so to top 18,000 in the Third - the biggest crowd in either of the lower divisions on the day - shows how much interest there is in this football club.
That has been reflected in the press and media interest, particularly lately, and I was delighted with the crowd last week, if not the result.
I desperately wanted us to seal promotion at the McAlpine if we could, just to celebrate the support we've had all season, and it was disappointing that we couldn't.
For so many people to stay behind, though, and show their appreciation to the lads meant a lot.
ARE you keeping Sodje and Schofield in full training just in case we need to go to the play-offs? Joanne, e-mail
Jacko says: THERE is no special treatment for Efe and Danny just because they are suspended.
They have been in and working hard with the rest of the lads and there are certainly no days off for them in this situation.
Having said that, I sincerely hope they have played their last matches of the season and we don't need to call on them again!
DO you envisage having to make a big sale again (like Stead) next season? Exiled Terrier, London
Jacko says: I AM under no pressure to sell anybody.
I know there is a lot of interest in my younger players and rightly so, because we have got six or seven on our books who I rate really highly.
Going up to the Second Division would obviously have a massive impact on our income and reduce the pressure to sell even further.
People shouldn't expect a massive influx of players during the summer, though, whether we go up or we don't.
We have the basis of an excellent squad here - terrific group of lads who are a pleasure to work with - and we have signed up a good many of them for next season in any case.
Last closed season I was rushing round bringing in something like 12 players, but it definitely won't be like that this time.
If I've got a fully fit squad to work with next time, I will probably be looking to add three or four players at the most.
MANY of our top young stars have been signed. Is there a new contract in the pipeline for you and your excellent staff? Craig, Huddersfield
Jacko says: I CAN'T really answer that because it's one for the board of directors.
I have a contract to cover next season. Then it's in their hands.
AFTER organising a big screen at the McAlpine for the Cheltenham game, what's it like to work for a board who do all they can to keep the fans happy? Craig, Huddersfield
Jacko says : THE board have been excellent all season.
I obviously work with Ken Davy and the rest of the directors and they are fantastic.
Everyone knows where they stand, which is how it should be.
They don't make false promises and, under very difficult circumstances, they are doing their best to finance all sorts of things.
Ken has put a lot of money into this club and a lot of time and effort as well, with the help of his board and the staff.
And they really do care about the fans, which is why so much trouble was gone into to make sure more of our supporters could watch the Cheltenham game.
It was only at a very late hour that we got to know things were not working out with the UCI Cinema, but everyone moved heaven and earth after that to make a facility available at the McAlpine.
That sums up our board. They knew something had to be done and they did it.
It shows they are trying to do the right things for the club and for the fans and, I have to say, they have stood right by me.
The support I have had through this season has been tremendous and Ken Davy, in particular, has backed me 100%. As manager, you can't ask more than that.
DID you get your team selection and tactics wrong against Mansfield last Saturday? Peter from Prague, John e-mail, Marko e-mail, Daniel Large e-mail, Bob Knowles from London, Andrew Nichols e-mail
Jacko says: I SELECTED the best team available to do the job - with three players returning from injury on the bench - and it didn't go how we hoped it would.
It seems that as soon as we get beaten, for some reason team selection and tactics start getting questioned.
We seem to have a section of fans just waiting to criticise me when we get beaten, and I don't know why.
One bad result and they are out in force once again.
We got beaten and well beaten, but it baffles me that people want to kick us in the teeth. We are going to have games like that, it happens, and the important thing is to move on.
Our fans have got so much to look forward to and so much to be proud of in what we have achieved already.
They have a bunch of players wearing blue and white stripes who genuinely care about the club, the fans and the job they are doing.
I'm just delighted that for all the critics, we've got many, many more fans writing in to say how delighted they are and wishing us luck for tomorrow.
WHAT did you think of the Player of the Year result? Josh T, Huddersfield
Jacko says: EXCELLENT choices!
I know how much it meant to Jon Worthington to get the supporters' Player of the Year award because he was in complete shock!
It was tremendous for Steve Yates, too, to get the nomination from his playing colleagues, because they are the people you work alongside every day of the week.
I have to say that all the team have made a tremendous contribution this season, though, and they really do deserve to win promotion.