Manager Steve Cotterill met with the press ahead of our League One clash at Derby.
Town travel to Pride Park on Saturday looking to build on an excellent win over Wycombe last weekend.
The win over the Chairboys saw the return of Taylor Moore to our starting XI - with the 25-year-old having missed the game at Accrington with a groin problem.
It was also another game where our substitutes made a huge impact - with Rekeil Pyke coming off the bench to score a crucial goal just like Ryan Bowman did at Oxford a few weeks ago.
Speaking to the assembled media, Steve gave a fitness update on his squad and spoke about the impact his subs have made in recent matches.
And the boss also praised the resilience of his team - with Town having gained 17 points when coming from behind this season, the most in League One.
ON HOW EVERYONE IS FOLLOWING WYCOMBE:
"All good. There are no issues to report this week, thankfully.
"Everyone came through the game without any issues and we’ve had a good week’s training."
ON TAYLOR MOORE:
"He’s fine. I think by him not playing that one game, it was probably important for him to miss that because I think if he hadn't it could have got worse.
"That one is gone now and there is nothing we can do about that game anyway.
"But missing one game has allowed him time to recover."
ON SQUAD ROTATION WITH TWO GAMES IN QUICK SUCCESSION:
"In the next week, yes. I think probably over the next week there will be a change or two.
"We haven’t got too many we can make. But we have got one we can make in midfield if we feel we need to. And we have got striker changes.
"It would be nice to have a couple of other changes but we haven’t had them most of the season so we will cope."
ON THE IMPACT ON HIS SUBS:
"It’s a bonus when you have got them. It’s about having that full squad. That is what it is about.
"People say I like to work with a small squad. I’d rather have a bigger one but it’s what you can afford and what quality you can get.
"There is no point in having a squad where you have got a player for every day of the week bar Saturday – that's no good.
"You can have a great squad and a fantastic team picture, but you can’t pick any of them for more than a game because you pick one and they are not very good and then you pick a replacement the following week and he isn’t very good.
"It's very, very, difficult to get the quality we have got in for the price we have got it in. That’s been incredibly hard work and I’ve had to do it here too often."
ON WINNING 17 POINTS AFTER FALLING BEHIND:
"There is resilience, there is team spirit involved in all that.
"We could say there have been refereeing decisions involved in that as well because they can’t escape from what has happened to us this season.
"There have been lots of factors when we have gone a goal behind. But I think when we have gone behind we have had the spirit and the know-how and the legs and the energy to get ourselves back into it.
"That is always a bonus but I’d rather get my nose in front."
ON MORE THAN 2,000 TOWN FANS TRAVELLING TO DERBY:
"That is really good. We are really pleased with that and we are going to need them to be vocal, that’s for sure.
"I went to Derby the other night. I’ve been there before and quite a few of the lads have been there before.
"We are just going to focus on what is going on on the pitch, that is the only thing we need to stay focused on.
"It’s a game we are looking forward to. They are a very good team, they have got some good players but so have we.
"We are determined to do well in the game. We have got to make sure we keep that focus."
ON COMPETING AGAINST A CLUB THE SIZE OF DERBY:
"As clubs, as a comparison, we can’t compete with Derby County. But then there are quite a few other teams in the league that we can’t compete with either that we have competed with (on the pitch).
"We will try and do that on Saturday.
"The league has changed massively over the past five years with sides coming down into League One and not getting promoted.
"It’s always an uphill task for us in this league. This league now, over the last five years, compared to what it was 10 years ago – it is unrecognisable so it’s good to be up there in that company."