HOW much under pressure would you feel if a borderline offer came in for one of our top players in January, bearing in mind when we sold Marcus Stewart the club went backwards? Geoff, e-mail
Jacko says: WE don't have to sell players, as I keep on saying to the fans.
And there will be no such thing as a borderline offer - it will either be enough money or not, simple as that.
The harsh truth is that every player has his price and if someone comes in with £2.5m for someone, then I don't think we could stand in his way and it would be a hell of a lot of money for the club to turn down.
We are building for the future at this club, though, and the board have backed me and Ken Davy has backed me in everything I've wanted to do.
There's a lot of talk and interest about my young players and rightly so, but as I keep on saying we are not under pressure to sell.
We are in a completely different situation now to when we let Jonathan Stead go.
At that stage, we were only a few months out of administration with huge debts still facing us and we simply couldn't turn the deal down.
I remember everyone saying when Steady left us that the club would get weaker and it was a backward step, but we became stronger and stronger and went straight on to win the play-offs.
With Stewy I agree, it was not the time to let him go - as the results for a long while after that showed.
With Steady, we were happy and he was happy, but we are more financially sound now and we don't have to sell.
WHEN is a new contract going to be offered to our top player this year, Danny Schofield? Jeanette Summers, e-mail
Jacko says: THERE are certain players I want to get tied up to contracts before Christmas and Danny falls into that category.
I have had a chat with him and Danny is just as keen to stay here as I am to keep him here, so hopefully things will go well.
It's early days yet, but I agree that he has been excellent for us this season.
The first season I came back to the club he was good, but last season he was a bit inconsistent and didn't do so well.
This time, though, he has bounced back superbly, he is looking a really good player again and he's still only 25, which people tend to forget because he's been around so long.
DO YOU think our inability to keep clean sheets puts enormous pressure on the team, knowing we need at least two goals to beat any team we play? Dave, Shepley
Jacko says: NOT being able to keep enough clean sheets is the only thing that's letting us down at the moment, but we aren't doing too badly considering!
Our away defensive record compares favourably with any in our division but we do still need to tighten things up.
The great thing is that we will always score goals, as shown by our 31-match scoring streak.
True, we are not keeping enough clean sheets but luckily we have plenty of ability to score goals.
Having said that, I thought our defence down at Yeovil on Saturday was excellent.
We came under a lot of pressure, but I don't think they had many clear chances and Paul Rachubka had only a couple of saves to make.
I want more clean sheets, but we are doing okay at the moment.
WHAT did you think of Worcester City? Jenny, Meltham
Jacko says: THEY were a better side than Chippenham.
The pitch wasn't the best, becoming really heavy.
Considering it's a tight ground, though, the pitch is quite big.
It's an old fashioned type of ground with the fans high up around the edges of the pitch, so the atmosphere when we play them will be really good.
I am expecting it to be a tough Cup-tie, but I'm glad Worcester got through because it's a better ground and facilities.
DO you think we need more striker cover in January in case Booth or Abbott get injured? Kevin, e-mail
Jacko says: WE have already got a few options up front.
John McAliskey has had a successful double hernia operation and should be back playing in about three weeks.
Then we've got Danny Schofield, Chris Brandon and Gary Taylor-Fletcher who can play up front and would be happy to do so.
If Boothy or Pav got injured then it would depend on the seriousness of the problem as to whether I looked to bring someone in or not.
If either one of them were going to be out for six or seven weeks, then I might have to look at signing a loan to help us through.
Other than that, we are okay.
MANY fans are worried we will sell in the transfer window. Do you get the final say on what happens, or would the decision be made by the board? Mike, Huddersfield
Jacko says: I HAVE always had the final say on football matters, so I would have the final say on whether a player stays or goes.
That's how much faith the board and Ken Davy have placed in me and it's not like the previous situation I had as manager here at the club.
They have got complete faith in me and if I think a deal is right, they will go along with that. If I don't feel a deal is right for us, then they would also say no.
The decision is ultimately mine.
WHY did you pack midfield in the closing stages against Yeovil, didn't you think we would hang on? Steve, Bradley
Jacko says: I KNEW we would lose the outlet ball by doing it, but I did push Danny Schofield up front in the last few minutes to try and use his pace to get behind them.
It was a shutting up shop move, even though the defence did their job excellently.
It makes it hard when they are pushing men forward, and I wanted Boothy to go back and mark their centre half, which he did well.
There was pressure, but I thought we dealt with it well and my sub move helped in that.
THERE'S been a lot of talk about Stewy possibly leaving Bristol City. Would you bring him back here? Karen, e-mail
Jacko says: PROBABLY not.
I was interested at the start of the season, but I'm happy with my strikers and Stewy's demands would be massive, so the answer at this stage would be no.
WHAT is your relationship with Pawel Abbott and can he bounce back to form? JB, Lindley
Jacko says: MY relationship with Pav is excellent.
Yes, I've left him out and taken him off at times but, like all the players, he respects those decisions and gets on with the job.
All the lads are like that, a real good bunch to work with.
As for Pav's form, it's over a month since he scored but all strikers go through spells like that.
He is very talented and he will soon be back among the goals, I've no doubt about that.
His record is excellent and he'll be desperate to score in the derby.