Luke Leahy met with the press ahead of our match at home to Peterborough United on Good Friday.
"We are looking forward to getting back to the Meadow. I think we have been very good at home recently so we are all looking forward to playing at home and hopefully taking maximum points."
ON THE RUN IN:
"It is still in our hands because we play the teams in and around us, it is not like we play the teams down at the bottom.
"We are playing teams in and around us where we can still have a big say on everything.
"That is what we want to do, we have the remaining games left and we want to take maximum points out of each of them.
"We need to finish in the top 10, that is our aim at the minute - to see it as a successful season.
"That starts tomorrow against Peterborough who are a tough side. We played them recently, so we know all about them and they know all about us so hopefully, it is an entertaining game."
ON HIS FIRST YEAR AT CAPTAIN:
"I have not really had an overview on it yet because it is still going on.
"I have still got a big part to play and a big job to do at this football club to make sure this club finishes as high as it can.
"The manager and the coaching staff do an awful lot behind the scenes for us players to make sure we are ready for each game.
"It is my job to make sure the players understand what has been said and what they are required to do.
"I will look back at that at the end of the season to see how I did. At the minute, I’m loving it and hopefully, it can continue."
ON HAVING STARTED EVERY LEAGUE GAME:
"What I set out to do at the start of the season was to play every game, so I am on course for doing that at the minute.
"Hopefully nothing changes that. I have done it for a few seasons now – played quite a lot of games. I’m used to it, I know how my body recovers and what it needs.
"It’s just maintaining that and keeping standards up."
ON HIS GOAL TALLY:
"I'm due one, hopefully, tomorrow I can make it 12 and help us get the three points which is the most important thing.
"You know if I am talking to you tomorrow with a goal and three points then I’ll be a very happy man."