By Graeme Bailey. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Well things are certainly going well for us at Birmingham at the moment.
We are back top of the table and are four points clear of third place with ten games of the season left.
Obviously we are in pole position and it is up to us to make sure we continue as we are, it is in our hands.
From a personal point of view it is a major disappointment to me that missed out in recent games.
From a players perspective it is never easy to be stuck in the stands watching, and is probably the most frustrating thing.
But as I have said before I am committed as ever to the current cause and will be getting my head down and doing the most to break back into the picture.
As part of the whole situation I did have the chance to move to Nottingham Forest. It was not an easy decision for me to turn them down.
Forest are a massive club and I have the utmost respect for them, but I have already come from League One and thought it would be better to remain involved at Birmingham.
I have been involved heavily this term and I am hopeful that will still be the story for the remainder if this term.
So by the time I join you next the promotion race will very close to be being decided and hopefully we will continue to be leading the way.
What were you main reasons behind staying at Birmingham and not moving to Forest?
Well James I think I answered most that in the column. As I said I think Forest are a great club, and it is just the position I am in a Birmingham which meant I thought staying was the best thing - we will just have to see what happens in the summer.
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