DO YOU think we will be seeing the best two teams in League I at the Galpharm tomorrow? Ray, Netherton
Jacko says: WE will certainly be watching one of them, that's us!
I said even when Forest were struggling at the start of the season that they had too many quality players to be in that lowly position, so it doesn't surprise me they've moved up.
I have no doubt we are one of the best two teams in the League.
Everyone knows that who has seen us play regularly.
Myself and the players know, too, that when we play well we've got nothing really to fear in this division. That's not me being big headed about my team - I'm just stating a fact.
If we play well we win matches, and we've been consistent and strong this season.
The target now is to carry that through into the vital Christmas period.
If we are top, or just behind the leaders as we are now, then I'll be happy.
People all over the country have remarked on how well are are doing.
People who are not even supporters but have come to watch us have written to say what a good young side we've got.
That's nice when people from outside the club and outside the area respect your team and I think they realise what we are trying to do and what we have achieved in the two and a half years since I've been back.
People talk of us as a progressive club who are going places.
They realise we've got some of the best young players in England and we are moving solidly in the right direction.
DO you and the players have any preference over which songs the fans sing? Chris,e-mail
Jacko says: NOT really. I'm just happy when there is a good atmosphere.
Our backing away from home has been tremendous and it's just great when everyone can see we are doing well.
At the stadium, there was a good atmosphere during the game against Bradford and, hopefully, that will continue with another big crowd tomorrow against Forest.
I'm just happy when our fans have got plenty of good things to sing about and when they get right behind the lads.
Boothy, of course, has got his own chant and there's a new one started up about him which goes along the lines of 'who needs Wayne Rooney when we've got Boothy?'
I think he likes that one!
IS Pawel Abbott lacking confidence because he can't find the net or has he been put off by transfer talk? Jenny, Meltham
Jacko says: I'VE not heard the transfer talk and it certainly won't affect Pav.
I look at him and think that in his first full season he scored 27 goals and, approaching December this time, he has already got 11 goals to his name.
All strikers go through a spell of five or six games without scoring, like Pav at the moment, and once he gets back on track he'll be set for another 25 to 30-goal campaign.
I know he's a top-class finisher, our fans know he's a top-class finisher and, once he gets another goal, he'll be firing again.
I'm not frightened about Pav losing his goal touch, not frightened at all - because I know it's still there and will come flooding back.
On the confidence front, Pav has always had bags of confidence in his own ability and that hasn't changed.
I've had long chats with Pav about the way things are going and confidence is certainly not worrying me or him.
HOW frustrating is it that you can't bring in the potentially promotion clinching couple of signings we might need unless one of our prized assets goes? John, Dewsbury
Jacko says: I HAVE known exactly where we stand on the financial side ever since I came back to the club.
Quite honestly, there is no point the club getting into a mess again like it was two and a half years ago. We are not overbudgeting and we are not bringing players in for the sake of it and paying over the odds.
The club is being run sensibly and it's being run successfully.
We simply can't afford to go splashing money around and it's been very pleasing to be able to achieve what we've done on what some would call a shoestring.
It has been fantastic to see all our young players coming through and I think it's more pleasing to do things this way - for both me and the supporters - rather than to be buying and buying from outside and going further into debt.
We have got stronger year by year and, even though the budgets have always been set, Ken Davy and the board have backed me to the hilt in anything I've wanted to do with regard to playing strength.
As I've said before, they have gone over budgets on certain occasions to provide what I've felt we needed and no-one can ask more than that - myself or the supporters.
The squad is good at the moment, too, with great spirit, and long may we continue to build positively for the future.
WHILE he is very good on the ball, are you concerned with Danny Adams' lack of pace and are there any training routines you have to try and help him speed up? Bob, London
Jacko says: DANNY ADAMS has done terrifically well since I signed him on a free for this club.
We were struggling in the left-back position at that point and Danny came in, despite his lack of matches for a while after leaving Stockport, and did really well.
We all know that pace is not his biggest asset, but no matter how many routines you have on the training ground you can't put pace into people.
Having said that, you don't see many wingers going past Danny.
Out of all the games he has played for us, you can count on the fingers of one hand when people have gone beyond him.
That's because he uses his experience well to take up good positions, he uses the ball well when he's in possession and he's a great defender with an excellent left foot.
Danny is a very determined character, a player people don't like coming up against, and I can honestly say that if Danny had proper pace then he would be playing at a lot higher level.
The other thing I like about him is that he has never spent one day in the treatment room. Not one day.
And that's amazing when you consider the tackles he goes flying into and his fearless attitude to every challenge he makes.
He's a very good player.
WE always seem to play one too many passes around the box these days. Have you said anything to the team about being more ruthless around goal? Derek, Bradley
Jacko says: WE do like to play nice football and, in certain games, I agree we've tried to walk the ball into the net and score wonder goals.
Players have to take responsibility around the opposition box and that means being positive with their final ball and taking a chance with a shot when the opportunity is there.
At times we do over-play, but I think the vast majority of our fans will agree we are attractive to watch and that we have scored some terrific goals this season.