HOW fresh are your squad and are you tailoring the training schedule because it's so late in a season which could yet become even longer? Malcolm, Kirkburton
Jacko says: THE lads work hard in training but their fitness levels are excellent and they are really looking forward to the run-in.
They know we are in a great position in League I and they are enjoying the challenge.
It's not as though another season is petering out - every year since I returned to the club we've had everything to play for going into the final series of matches.
The players here are well looked after and we make the most of our resources.
Their preparation for games is spot-on in terms of rehabilitation work with our physio, Lee Martin, massages, ice baths, contrast bathing and diet and our players know they are looked after very well.
That's part of why they enjoy it so much and why they enjoy coming in to training on a daily basis.
That's exactly how it should be, because they are playing for a terrific club.
When I first arrived back here there weren't many happy faces among the players, staff or supporters.
Now, there are a lot of happy people and, hopefully, they will have more to smile about come the end of the season.
OUR formation away from home is causing a lot of debate but do you agree that any formation is rendered useless if the individuals aren't doing their jobs properly within it? Eric, Marsh
Jacko says: I HAVE felt all season that 4-4-2 is our strongest formation and that's why we've played it.
I'm well aware people are suggesting 3-5-2 away from home, but we have lost only six of 19 games on our travels and that's not a bad record at all.
I am pleased with the formation and with the team at the moment and I really don't see any reason to change it.
HOW many points do you think might clinch the second automatic promotion spot? Jamie, Netherton
Jacko says: IT really is too close to call.
With six games left there will be so many twists and turns it's impossible to predict.
All we can do is focus on each game as it comes along and try to take the three points.
If we win up, we are going to be hard to stop!
The good thing is that we are in confident mood and I know I can rely on the players to give the run-in everything they've got.
We will stick at it, you can be sure of that, and we know we've got a great chance.
WOULD you say with the way we are playing right now that we've got a good chance of improving our away record by hitting teams on the counter? Maurice, Moldgreen
Jacko says: IT'S always likely when you've got tricky wide players like Danny Schofield and Chris Brandon and people in the middle like Boothy, Fletch and David Graham who can finish.
Away from home we have drawn a few too many games this season because we've given the opposition a start, then fought back to earn a share of the spoils.
The aim in these last four away games is to make sure we get our noses in front and then stay there.
We have scored plenty of goals on our travels, it's just that we've always seemed to be playing catch-up.
Teams do have to come at us on their own patch and I do agree we can take advantage of that.
Here at the stadium people are trying to shut up shop but, when you look at our record, it's clear they're not having a great deal of success!
IS IT going to be difficult to get Pav and David Graham back in the side because of how well Boothy and GTF are playing? Jenny, Meltham
Jacko says: NOT many people had heard of Fletch when I signed him but he's come into the club and done extremely well.
Boothy is also playing out of his skin at the moment and competition is very good with Pav, David Graham and McAliskey all vying for places.
That competition is exactly what you want at this stage of the season and it's the same in all departments. We've got a very strong squad.
IS David Graham now fully fit after his illness? Sean, Thornhill
Jacko says: DAVID lost 10lb at the time and, when he went on last Saturday he was still feeling the effects of that.
Now, though, he has trained well all week and looking a fair bit stronger, which is great news - especially when you add it to the fact that Pav came through the Reserve game.
It's a good problem to have at this stage of the season when you've got a quality player like Pav coming back into the frame.
With six games to go, we need as many strikers as possible fit and fighting for places, particularly as the scoring chart is so close.
YOU praised Clarke and Mirfin last week. Who were your heroes and mentors as a young defender? Michael, Solihull
Jacko says: MY heroes were Norman Hunter and Jack Charlton.
They were the players I idolised when I was a kid.
When I started playing at Bradford the person who helped me most was Steve Baines, the former Town defender and League referee.
I learned a lot from his experience and it stood me in good stead.
On the coaching side, it would have to be Terry Yorath. He had a big influence on my career.
AFTER what has happened at Swansea, will you be allowing any of our players to wear extra T-shirts with logos on them? Gazza, Lindley
Jacko says: NO, I will not be allowing it, simple as that.
I know it's a short, sharp answer but we have got an exceptional team spirit at this club and I know I can trust my players not to get involved in anything like that.
There is no way they would let me down personally by doing anything like that.
And there is no way they would let themselves down.