THE fans who aren't turning up to the Galpharm at the moment are missing a superb team. How much would another 5,000 people on the gate every game mean to you and the players? Kev, Pole Moor
Jacko says: IT would mean a tremendous amount, although we are suffering at the moment because a lot of our season-ticket holders are away on holiday.
Having said that, we are expecting our biggest crowd of the season tonight - I'll be disappointed if we don't hit 15,000 - and hopefully they will see us maintain our strong home record.
You are quite right in saying the armchair fans are missing a treat, because we have played very well in all our three home games so far and scored some excellent goals.
We know we can't win every game, but we are playing attractive football both home and away at the moment and we are looking a hard side to beat.
It's important we get as many people through the gates as we can, not only from an income point of view but also to underline the fact we've come a long, long way over the past couple of years.
You only have to look at the League tables for an illustration of that.
It's only 16 months since Torquay United pipped us to automatic promotion on the last day of the season.
No-one will ever forget how disappointed we were on that day down at Cheltenham, but look where we are now (top of League I) and look where they are (bottom of League II).
That proves we have not only consolidated at this level but we've got stronger - which is a great achievement for everyone at this club.
To keep that going, we need the continued backing in numbers of our fans.
CONGRATULATIONS on the Manager of the Month Award. How proud do you feel to get recognition from your own profession? Sally, Penistone
Jacko says: IT'S obviously a nice accolade, especially as there are 72 managers in the Coca-Cola divisions and only three can win each month.
This is my third nomination and I do want to win a lot more in my career.
Like I said in pre-season, it was important for us to get off to a good start against some of the favourites for promotion and I guess that winning this award means that we have.
Once again, I must give all the credit to the players. They have been excellent since we reported back for training and they've carried forward the form we were showing a the end of the last campaign.
DO you think it shows how strong we are when we're picking up points without what would be a very good spine to the team - Booth, Ahmed and McIntosh? Ross, e-mail
Jacko says: IT shows we've got a good squad of 25 players.
Doing well is all about how you can cope with injuries and suspensions and when you've got the likes of those three out - plus Mirfin as well - it can't be a bad thing to be doing as well as we are.
We have got great competition for places and long may that continue. All those players who are out are going to have to work hard to get their shirts back, that's for sure.
With the way Pawel Abbott and Gary Taylor-Fletcher are playing, it's probably the first time in a long time that Boothy has been under pressure for his place.
He's not the only one.
People in every department are going to have to play well to keep their places.
And, in that sense, our squad looks very strong indeed.
WHAT are the instructions to Paul Rachubka about his kicking and throwing out of the ball? Jim, Huddersfield
Jacko says: RABS is a very, very good keeper and, at 24, he's got a lot of excellent years ahead of him.
Keepers don't tend to mature until their late 20s and early 30s, so he's still young in terms of the position he plays.
There are aspects of his game which can be improved, but the thing about Rabs is that he works really, really hard every day and he's only going to get better and better.
I know there's been a lot of talk about his kicking - and I want to see better from him than was the case down at Doncaster!
But nobody is more critical of Rabs than Paul himself and he'll nit-pick until he puts it right.
When he came back to the club last season I was a little bit disappointed with him, but I think he has settled down now and is proving what a very good No1 he really is (the sort who impressed so much when he first came to us on loan in our promotion season).
His kicking has contributed directly to two of the goals we've scored so far and that's why we leave two players up front.
As soon as Rabs gets the ball in his hands we want him to launch it - but he has to launch it into the right areas of the field.
No-one is more disappointed when he miscues the kicks than Paul himself, but for every little thing he gets wrong, Rabs does an awful lot of things right - so let's not be under any illusions about that.
I think he's a very talented young keeper, we are fortunate to have him here and I'm thrilled he's playing a big part in what we are achieving.
IS it impossible to maintain 90 minutes of football at the standard we produced in the first half against Hartlepool last week? Ronny, e-mail
Jacko says: THE best thing about that 45 minutes was that it came against a very good team.
They are one of the favourites for promotion and yet we totally outplayed them.
I expected to come under pressure in the second half and that's exactly what happened after Adam Boyd scored, but take nothing away from my lads.
They weathered the storm and could easily have scored a few more themselves on the break towards the end of the game.
We can still play better and we will work towards that, but if we do put together our best for a full 90 minutes then some poor team is going to get smashed!
DO you feel we are already more consistent than we were last season? John, Dewsbury
Jacko says: I THINK the lads have carried on their excellent form from last season and that we've made a very encouraging start.
The other encouraging thing when you look at the table is that, in addition to having more points than anyone else, we've already played Swansea off the park and they are second in the standings.
The big thing now is that we have to keep it going. You don't win titles in our business at the end of August, you win them in May.
We are bound to have ups and downs between now and then and the test will be how we respond to a bad performance or a defeat.
Luton showed last season what they were made of. Every time they made a blip or suffered a couple of defeats, they would inevitably bounce back and win four or five on the trot.
That's what we have to aim to be like this season.
Let's not get carried away if we suffer an odd setback.
Let's make sure we bounce back as quickly as possible and kick on.
Consistency is the key, but I think the fans can already see that if we play like we can, we have nothing to fear.