A very exciting time for us at present at Bramall Lane, given that we need just four points to make sure of promotion.
Realistically we feel one win will be enough and hopefully we can collect that this Friday against Cardiff - which is live on Sky Sports!
We have endured a tough time over the last few weeks and were really stuttering after being beaten at Norwich.
But we bounced back well against Southampton and ground out a draw with Stoke.
Then came Hull at the weekend which was an unbelievable game, which was a real rollercoaster of emotion - going from two goals up to drawing was terrible, but then a last minute winner was fantastic.
As I said we know we are not yet up and are not counting our chickens, but we are hopeful we can now make that final push.
Personally it has also been a successful few weeks as I was recognised in a couple of end of season awards.
I came runner-up in the Supporters' Player of the Year to Jags [Phil Jagielka] which I was very thankful for - as I am for any award as it gives you a bit of recognition, and of course this season is despite the fact I have not played every game, it shows that I must have been doing something right.
Then again another branch awarded me their actual Player of the Year - which again was a wonderful honour.
I just hope over the coming weeks I can finish the season on a high and help us book our place in The Premiership, which I think is well deserved.
Yet another piece of good news for me this week was when I agreed a new boot deal with Diadora, I said I would give them a mention and thank them for sorting me out as I am really happy to be with such a big company.
Anyway down to your questions and thanks again for sending in and please keep them coming.
Mark Davies Nick, you have become a more consistent, accomplished performer this season and full credit to you, but to what extent are you and your team mates affected by criticism on matchdays and radio phone ins?
Well Mark, I think a lot of people just ring in when they want to have a moan, but for me I don't listen - to the good or bad stuff - I have heard people criticise the best players in the world so your always going to get it and your never immune from it.
Wayne Collinson Nick, do you think that playing in the street as a youngster has made you the player you are today, and was Jenny pivotal in that process?
Thanks Wayne - just to let you all know Jenny was my Mum and Dad's dog and yes Wayne of course she helped!
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