WHAT likelihood is there of us being able to sign David Graham at the end of the season? Terry, Almondbury
Jacko says: A LOT will depend on which division we are in next season.
I know there has been a lot of interest from other clubs because of how he has performed since he's come to the Galpharm.
He has been a really important player for us over the last couple of months and he has re-ignited his career in our colours.
When I picked him up from Sheffield Wednesday Reserves he was very low on confidence and his fitness was far from sharp after injury problems.
But I knew he was a quality player and, while other people may not have believed in him, we certainly did and I think he gained a lot from that.
David has proved a superb loan signing for us - much in the same way as Pawel Abbott when he first came to the club - and the fact that Sheffield Wednesday are now considering his future and that of several other players has brought this question to the fore.
What I can say is that David has done himself an awful lot of good by coming here and doing well, he has enjoyed himself at the Galpharm and, when it comes to thinking about the future, we'll have to see which division we end up in before taking things further.
I THINK your tactics in the past two away games have been spot on. Do you agree the key away from home is to keep it tight for the first 20 minutes before we can play our attacking football? Chris, e-mail
Jacko says: YES, I have always said that.
We haven't lost that many games away from home compared with most in the division, and when you look at the games we've drawn we have hardly ever managed to get our noses in front so that we could build.
We have almost always conceded early in away games and ended up chasing things, and the importance of remaining solid was shown last weekend down at Walsall.
We looked comfortable, never looked like losing the game and scored some good goals.
It was a good, all-round team performance, in fact, against a team who knew that if they lost they would be relegated.
There was a lot of pressure on us to win, but we came through superbly well.
DO YOU feel it's time to change the offside law back to how it used to be because there are too many grey areas at the moment? John, Milnsbridge
Jacko says: I TOTALLY agree and I would support any moves to go back to how it used to be.
I watched Villa and Manchester City the other night and Villa scored a perfectly good goal which was ruled out for offside.
It's very frustrating for managers, supporters and, most of all, players and (witness Stuart Pearce) everyone is finding it difficult to understand exactly what's what.
When players become active and when they are not is causing a lot of controversy, and I can't believe the groundswell of opinion is against things going back to how they were.
WHAT DO you think of Arsenal's chances against Barcelona and how important is it for us to have another English winner of the Champions League? Jack, Shelley
Jacko says: HOPEFULLY Arsenal will carry off the trophy because it will be great for the English game.
More importantly from our point of view, we are playing Arsenal as part of our Centenary celebrations and it would be great if they were coming here having just been crowned European champions.
Their performance the other night against Villarreal was not the best and they had a bit of luck, but it was the result that mattered and they got through, which is all that counts.
The final now promises to be an excellent footballing encounter against Barca and, as I've said, hopefully Arsenal will leave Paris with the silverware.
I want all our clubs to do well in Europe, but with Arsenal agreeing to come and play us I'm really rooting for them to be European champions.
GARY Taylor-Fletcher must be a contender for Player of the Year. Where does he rate in your list of bargain buys? Simon, Mirfield
Jacko says: HE IS up there with the best of them.
I feel I've brought in some good free transfers over the last three years and, as you rightly say, Fletch would be among my top three for Player of the Year.
His workrate, effort and goalscoring are tremendous and I never feel he gets enough credit for his skill.
Fletch is a very skilful player, he's dedicated to doing well for the team and I've been delighted with him this season.
I've known Fletch a long number of years, even when he was in the non-League ranks, and I've always liked him as a player.
Everything I thought about him has proved to be right, he has fitted in really well and enjoyed himself at the club and, hopefully, he will go on to do even better.
WHAT prompted the system which worked so well at Walsall? Jenny, Meltham
Jacko says: IT WAS a game we needed to win and it would have been easy to go into it defensively, hoping to keep things tight and sneak a goal at the other end.
But when I looked at my available players, they were all excellent attacking types, so I opted for putting Mark Hudson in front of the back four (instead of a sweeper) and told the rest to get on with it.
It was an attacking option and suited the players we had, simple as that.
Thankfully, it worked a treat and I had full confidence in my players that it would.
We were strong at the back and creative going forward and, in the end, I was really pleased with it and the way the lads stuck to it.
It suited our attacking style.