Reliable full-back loving life at Banks's Stadium...THE RELIABLE Andy Taylor is looking forward to our Easter weekend which sees us travel to Yeovil Town on Good Friday before playing host to Midlands rivals, Coventry City, on Bank Holiday Monday.
"These are big games against teams in and around us in the table," he said. "It's an old cliche but they are six-pointers.
"Yeovil have done really well this season and have been solid at home. It will be a good test for us but one that we are looking forward to.
"These are the games that you want to be involved in.
"After that we face two big home games, starting with Coventry on Monday afternoon and then my former club, Sheffield United on the following Saturday.
"Because of the run we've been on, we go into every game with confidence and it will be good to play in front of two big crowds at home where there will be a great atmosphere.
"Our fans can really make a difference; we need everything we've got for these final games and hopefully our supporters will turn up in good numbers and get behind us for one final push."
Taylor was delighted to see skipper, Andy Butler, become the latest player to commit himself to the club this week.
"It's proven that stability has a massive part to play in success," he added. "It's a terrific move by the club to get Buts signed up now and with the other lads who've already signed deals, it all bodes well for the future of this club.
"We've got some talented players here and a real foundation on which to build upon.
"From a personal point of view, I'm really enjoying my football again after a couple of years of injury problems. I enjoy the way we play and the success we've had to prove people wrong.
"I'm feeling sharp and ready for the run-in."