WHY can't we seem to recapture the form which destroyed the likes of Bradford and Nottingham Forest earlier in the season? Dave, Thurstonland
Jacko says: WE know our form hasn't been too consistent of late, but we've still got everything to play for.
When we play well we can beat anyone in this League and it surprises me that people still appear to be moaning and groaning when we are third in the table.
We have had our ups and downs this season, but we have never been out of the top four and, in each of the major Cup competitions, we've had attractive ties against Premiership clubs in Blackburn and the champions, Chelsea.
For my money, we've had a wonderful season and, with nine games to go, we've still got a really good chance of crowning it.
We've had some indifferent performances along the way, some good ones and some terrific ones and there's a tremendous determination among the players and everyone at the club to push all the way for automatic promotion.
There will be a lot of twists and turns before the end of the season and I'm just delighted we are in such a good position with nine games to go.
We've got it all to play for.
NOW Dan Smith has been recalled by Sunderland, can we get in an experienced midfielder on loan to take some of the pressure off the youngsters? Mel, Golcar
Jacko says: I HAVE said before that I don't want to halt the progression of the likes of Worthington, Hudson, Michael Collins and Adnan Ahmed.
I've been quite pleased with my midfield players this season and all the people mentioned have come in and done good jobs at one time or another, not forgetting young Tom Clarke and Andy Holdsworth who are also able to slot in.
If I were to bring in an experienced midfielder it would hurt the development of some very promising careers and, as I've said many times, I have every confidence in the players I've got at this club.
I'm a manager who believes in giving young players a chance and I don't intend to move away from that policy when we've come this far.
We've had success giving the youngsters a go and I don't see any reason to change at this stage.
ISN'T it time to give Adnan Ahmed another chance in the centre of midfield because he was sensational towards the end of last season? Graham, Huddersfield & Mike, Grange Moor
Jacko says: I SEEM to be being asked this question every week and the answer is much the same.
Adnan was unfortunate in that following his tremendous contribution towards the end of last season he was injured at the start of this.
He missed basically the first half of the campaign and since then, hasn't really hit the high standard which he set for himself at this time last year.
I have had a chat with Adnan about things and he agrees that he can play better than he has been doing in the Reserves.
But I've also told him I fully expect his chance to come in these closing nine matches and it's up to him to grab the opportunity when it does.
Adnan is a talented lad, one I like very much, and I want to see him back to his best just as much as everyone else.
He is feeling fine, he is working hard in training, which is typical of him because of his tremendous attitude, and he's just waiting for that chance to come along.
WHAT more must Phil Senior do to persuade you to extend his contract? Martin, Manchester
Jacko says: PHIL is doing really well at the moment and I'm very pleased with him.
He has come into the side at a crucial stage in the season and done an excellent job.
His recent performances against Swansea and Hartlepool, particularly, have been top class and he's done himself a lot of favours with regard to the possibility of a new contract.
I have had a word with Phil, simply because his contract is up in the summer.
He knows it's up to him.
Phil has got the first-team jersey at the moment and it's important he keeps it.
ARE you happy with the `end product' from Chris Brandon at the moment? Si, Cowcliffe
Jacko says: IT'S the end product which sometimes lets Chris Brandon down, but let's not overlook what he brings to the team.
Chris has tremendous desire to do well for this club and his effort can never be faulted.
He works really hard for the team and, in training, he puts in plenty of time on his crossing and his finishing to improve as much as he can.
Chris probably should score more goals, because he's definitely got the ability, but to think we picked him up on a free from Chesterfield he's got to be a terrific signing for us and I'm sure he will continue to do well here.