The team are on a great run and have been since the beginning of December. We've lost just two of the last fifteen league and cup games. We've kept a clean sheet in five of the last seven league matches. We're scoring plenty of goals, without having to rely on one individual all the time. We have one of the Division's top scorers, who is on course (injuries permitting) to become the first Barnsley striker for nearly forty years to score 20 league goals in a season. We're still in with an outside chance of the Play Offs despite losing eight league games on the bounce in Autumn, when it appeared we'd be in a relegation battle. Now we're not. We've reached our first ever Wembley Cup Final. Due to all this, I for one don't see the need to persistently criticise any individual playing for us, as I'm proud of how they've all turned round our season and every one of them who has played during this period has made a positive contribution. Are things perfect? No. Can things be improved? Yes, of course. But, for now, I'm a happy bunny and am enjoying this current form. I just might have a glass of red wine to increase my feel good factor.