Elliott Bennett previewed our trip to Pride Park to face Derby County tomorrow.
The right wing-back has featured 19 times for Steve Cotterill's side so far this season and came on as a sub in last weekend's 2-0 victory over Wycombe Wanderers.
Tomorrow's game against Derby is set to take place in front of over 30,000 fans, with over 2,000 away tickets having already been sold.
Elliott discussed all of the above and praised our travelling supporters.
ON HOW THE SQUAD IS AFTER LAST WEEKEND:
"Everyone's good, really good. We got a win at the weekend, obviously, against a side that's around us.
"It was a really good performance, we're happy to get all three points and we're looking forward to this weekend's game."
ON THERE BEING AROUND 30,000 FANS IN ATTENDANCE:
"It's what you play football for, it's what you want. We're full of confidence, we know what we're about, we know what we've got to do.
"Obviously it's going to be a tough game, Derby are a very good football team, but we've got to relish the challenge, look forward to it and take it on."
ON THE YOUNG PLAYERS PLAYING IN FRONT OF 30,000:
"You've got to embrace it. When you're playing football as a young lad you want to play in the best stadiums, you want to play in front of the most people and that's what everyone's dream is.
"When these opportunities come up you've got to embrace them. We've worked really hard this week, the gaffer always has us prepared and ready for the game. At the start, you have a look around and see all the people but once the game kicks off it's about what's inside the white lines really.
"It doesn't matter if it's 100,000 people or a man and his dog. Football's football, it's 11v11. We've just got to try and take on all the messages the gaffer has given us during the week and take on the challenge."
ON OVER 2,000 OF OUR FANS TRAVELLING:
"It's brilliant - it's what we need. It's great when they follow us. We know it's a hard job being a football fan with the number of miles you have to do and buying the tickets and we're very thankful for their support.
"Hopefully we can put in a performance they're proud of and come away with the three points."
ON HOW THE MANAGER PREPARES THE SQUAD MIDWEEK:
"It's very (meticulous). That's why the gaffer's managed as many games as he has - because he's very thorough with his work, everyone knows their jobs and he leaves no stone unturned so that when it comes to a matchday, we all know what we've got to do in certain situations and we're well prepared.
"Sometimes the team doesn't change but we all do it(train hard) because when it comes to matchday, hopefully we can take it onto the pitch and do the things he wants us to do.
"Everyone's ready, everyone trains hard because everybody wants to be in the team."
ON OUR LEAGUE POSITION:
"Yeah it is (a big step forward) and it's a great credit to the manager, the coaching staff and the people behind the scenes who assembled the squad that we've got.
"The squad we've got here now is very very good. The work the gaffer has done on the training pitch week in week out, it's a great group of lads and we're all fighting for each other. We all want the same thing, we all want to be successful, we all want to bring success to the football club and whether we do or not it won't be for the lack of trying.
"We've put ourselves in a great position but we've got to take on Derby next and we'll talk about what comes next after that."