IS the thought of winning at Cardiff now your driving force or are you too focused on the Lincoln ties? Mick, Dewsbury
Jacko says: WINNING at Cardiff is the ultimate prize but we can't think about that at the moment.
We've got two massive games coming up against Lincoln and no planning or thought will be given to the final until we are there.
These semi-final matches are immense for the club, so my only focus right now is on tomorrow's first leg at Sincil Bank.
Once that's over, it is effectively half-time and we will start to think about Wednesday's return leg at the McAlpine, when it would be great to have backing from our biggest crowd of the season.
WHAT is your message to those people who say we've blown it and are writing us off? True Fan, Birkby
Jacko says: PEOPLE have been writing us off all season, but there seems to be an element who like to criticise rather than support.
Crikey, I remember being at the top of the First Division in my first spell and I still got letters of criticism!
All I can say is that whatever happens over the next few weeks, I am extremely proud of what we have achieved at this club and of the group of players who are now wearing the blue and white stripes.
Myself, Taff and the players have all given 100% and I believe we've given our fans something to be proud of again.
The people who keep writing scathing comments to the Examiner and posting messages on the internet - I'm not bothered about them.
The only important thing to me is that I know 99.9% of Huddersfield Town fans are right behind me and the lads and hopefully we can reward them in the play-offs.
DO you agree that whatever tactics and players are used in the play-offs, we need to improve our passing and keep possession better? Andy, Huddersfield
Jacko says: AGAINST Mansfield particularly, I thought our passing was very poor and we didn't keep the ball like we can.
It's essential to have good passing and movement to play some of the terrific football we have, so we know the ability is there.
Failing to get good service to the frontmen combined with some sloppy defending meant it was a very poor display and a bad result against Mansfield.
At Cheltenham, I felt really comfortable in the first half, we were 1-0 up and I felt we were looking dangerous.
We were also looking pretty solid at the back and I couldn't see them scoring against us.
Even though we sat too deep in the second half, I was still feeling comfortable, although a second goal would have nailed it for us and relieved the pressure of it being close.
Had it not been for that one costly slip, though, I reckon we could still have been playing now and Cheltenham wouldn't have scored. Their openings at the end only came because we were chasing the win.
We do know where we can improve, though, and the good thing is we've got two more games - and hopefully three - to do just that.
HAVE Town and Torquay been the best footballing sides in Division III this time? Carol, Holmfirth
Jacko says: DESPITE what people told me to expect when I returned to the club, I think there has been some terrific football in this division this year.
I know through a third party that two Doncaster players say we are the best footballing side they've played this time, and quite a few managers have intimated the same thing.
On our day, when all our lads play to their capabilities, no-one can tell me we aren't as good if not better than every team in Division III.
I have been impressed with Doncaster, Hull and Torquay (who we took six points off) and also with Mansfield, who are one of our play-off rivals.
PAWEL ABBOTT must be feeling especially dejected after his mistake against Cheltenham. What have you said to lift his spirits ahead of the Lincoln game? James Tostevin, e-mail
Jacko says: HIS reaction when Cheltenham scored summed up how he felt and he was extremely distraught.
No words were said to Pav individually after the game because the whole group of players were desperately upset.
Believe me, I've never seen a dressing room with so many people visibly in bits.
When we were on our way home, I noticed that Pav was sitting on his own and just stewing over things.
I went and sat next to him and told him to stop worrying, because we wouldn't even be in this situation if it wasn't for the goals he has scored since joining us.
I told him to get his chin up because we need him doing the business for us again in the play-offs - and Pav will be back, you can be sure of that.
Then I gave him a kiss, which put a smile on his face!
I THINK the Academy should be for eight to 16-year-olds, who can then go into the Reserves. What are your thoughts? Dominic Carter, 10, Huddersfield
Jacko says: THE feedback we are getting from the Academy is that lots of young players now want to come and play for Huddersfield Town.
In the past, people might have been attracted to go towards Leeds, the Sheffield clubs or elsewhere, but they have now seen the rise of Jon Stead to the Premiership and the number of Academy lads we've got in our first team and they want to come and play for us.
The simple reason is that lads know if they are good enough, they will come into my first team.
Gerry Murphy, John Dungworth, Chris Howarth and all the Academy staff have done a wonderful job and I'm pretty sure we've now got the most homegrown players playing first-team football in the entire Nationwide League - seven in the starting line-up against Cheltenham.
They are all given good habits in the Academy and that means it's much easier for myself, Taff and the other lads to work with them when they come through.
All the lads coming in have done extremely well for me and the knock-on effect is that we are able to attract a lot of the best young players in the very youngest age groups.
BEST wishes from the USA and congratulations on the team's achievements. Will it be good news in the play-offs? Mike and Simon French, South Carolina
Jacko says: I SINCERELY hope so!
Many people have said to me how disappointed they are we didn't make it automatically, but I spoke to Steve McMahon this week and he had some very interesting things to say.
He has chased championships and cups, played in Europe and represented England, but he still reckons that taking Blackpool to victory at the Millennium Stadium is the most exciting thing which has ever happened to him in football.
If we could achieve that, it would be fantastic, and I'm sure we would have at least 30,000 of our fans down there to cheer us on.
People look at Town now and think it's a well-run club with excellent young players and fantastic supporters, so it would be great to go all the way and that's our target now.
DID you consider changing things earlier against Cheltenham when three strikers again didn't seem to be working? Rob Morton, Almondbury
Jacko says: NO, because I felt comfortable with how things were going and didn't want to disrupt it.
A second goal, as I've said, would have done it for us but, as soon as they scored the equaliser, I got Iffy Onuora and Nat Brown onto the pitch quite quickly to try and hit back.
We were comfortable with the lead, though, and I really couldn't see Cheltenham scoring.
You can do all the training and preparation you want, but you cannot legislate for individual errors.
One thing I can assure you, though, is that this will never, ever happen to Pawel Abbott again in the rest of his career.
JACKO, will you have the lads fired up for the play-offs? Matthew Harpin, e-mail
Jacko says: I HAVE every confidence the lads will be fully fired up because they've got the passion to do well.
As a manager, I couldn't ask more of them. They may not play well all the time, but I know when they go out on the pitch they are going to give me 110%.
And there is no bigger incentive for the players and myself at the moment than to think of the Millennium Stadium prize for doing the business against Lincoln.