DID the quality we produced against Forest for a time prove we can win the title and who are our biggest rivals in League I? Chris, e-mail
Jacko says: IF we play to our full potential consistently enough then there's no reason why we can't achieve what we want to.
The key is consistency, as I've said many times this season.
It's nice to have a five-point gap in the promotion places at the moment, but any of the teams up there in the top half could make a run at any stage.
So we have to stay focused and not get carried away with how we are doing.
There is still a long way to go. We aren't even half way through the season and there's a lot of work still to be done.
But we have put ourselves in an excellent position and, if we keep on picking up an average of two points a game, we will be bang on target to win the championship.
At the moment, we are as good as anything in the League.
When we play well there's no-one at this level who can live with us.
We have proved that up and down the country so I am not being blase, I'm just being honest.
If we produce that consistently then we'll be fine.
WITH a great win against Forest under our belts and Southend next at home, what would be a good points target from two tough away trips (MK Dons and Bristol City) to take us into the holiday period? Gaz, Holmfirth
Jacko says: I CAN'T really give an answer to that because you obviously want to win every game.
The important thing is to make sure we are still right up there at the top, like we are at the moment.
As things stand, with the FA Cup game as well, December is shaping up to be a very important month for us, but I'm confident we can stay in a challenging position.
That's the most important thing, because if we keep up the form and consistency we've shown so far, we are going to have a really good season.
We are looking very strong at the moment and I'm pleased with our form.
We gave nothing away against Bradford and, against Forest, Paul Rachubka had only one save to make from Gareth Taylor's long-range shot.
They threatened a little bit in front of us and the goal was a poor one to concede, but apart from that our defensive work was excellent.
Andy Holdsworth and Danny Adams are looking very solid and the middle two, David Mirfin and Nathan Clarke, are playing outstandingly well just now.
We need to get out of this daft habit of conceding just after half time, but we are otherwise looking excellent defensively and that's the platform we need to play our best attacking game.
IT'S clear we play our best football when attacking teams down the wing, yet most of our play seems to be focused down the middle. What is the reason for this? Jamie White, Skelmanthorpe
Jacko says: I DON'T agree that we focus our play down the middle.
It is important, though, that we get our two wide players, Danny Schofield and Chris Brandon, into the game as much as we can.
We like to get the ball down and spread it wide and I think we've achieved that to the extent that Danny has looked one of our best players all season.
Chris had one of his best games of the season against Forest as well, creating a goal superbly for Boothy, and he'll be hoping now to show the form and consistency which he managed last season.
I'm happy with the two central midfield players as well, our strikers are doing well and in defence we are looking very solid.
I'm pleased with the whole team at the moment.
MANY fans are debating the form of Tony Carss. How far off being the player you signed is he looking at the moment? Kev, Liversedge
Jacko says: TONY CARSS was excellent in his first year with the club.
Unfortunately, last season he struggled with injuries and never managed to recapture that sort of form.
Having had an operation at the end of last season he has worked his way back, waited patiently for a chance, and I thought he was doing well in central midfield until I had to push him out wide to cover for Danny Schofield being out.
I thought he did okay on the left, but I know he can play better than he has, even though the team's record with Tony in there is good.
It was a tough decision to leave out Carssy, because he's been doing well, and bring back Mark Hudson against Forest, but these are the decisions you have to make.
The one thing with Tony is that you always know you are going to get 110% - just like all the lads - and he is a very good footballer.
Let's not forget the talent he brings to our squad and I do rate him very highly.
The competition in midfield is very good this season with Carss, Hudson, Worthington and Collins all fighting for places in the centre, one or two other options open to us as well and, now, Adhan Ahmed is back from injury to put them all under that little bit more pressure.
It's a good situation to be in and, hopefully, it will bring the best out of all of them.
PEOPLE keep talking about Nathan Clarke being sold to the Premiership, but do you think he's really got the pace to play at that level after his injuries? Eddy, Lindley
Jacko says: I THINK he's definitely got the pace to play at that level.
Because he's 6ft 2in or something like that, people tend to think he's slower than he actually is.
Nathan is quicker than everybody gives him credit for and I think he has been outstanding this season.
When people mention pace and the Premiership I always think about Arjan De Zeeuw at Wigan.
He's not blessed with the greatest pace in the world, but he uses his experience and positional play to good effect and he's been a great signing by Paul Jewell at Wigan.
Nathan has all the qualities needed to play at the top level, especially his ability to read the game, which is superb.
DID you protest to the referee about him not sending off Lester for that high challenge on Rachubka in the first half? KT, Kilner Bank
Jacko says: I THOUGHT it was the worst challenge of the match and I told the referee I thought Lester should have been red carded.
He had already committed two fouls by that time and certainly shouldn't have been on the pitch to score his goal.
I thought my players held their discipline really well.
Forest couldn't play us off the park so they tried to kick us off the park, but we stood up and did well.
DO you think a minute's clapping is better than a minute's silence when remembering former stars? James, e-mail
Jacko says: IT'S a shame when people shout out and spoil the minute's silence.
Clapping is a new idea and it's something I think we'll see more of, but I still prefer the tradition and the respect of a minute's silence.
Observed properly, it's moving.