This weekend’s game at Huddersfield has been talked about as the one which could send Bradford down – but that’s not the way we are viewing it.
There has been absolutely no talk whatsoever of that in the camp and I only actually realised we could be relegated when I picked up a newspaper in Costa the other day.
Jimmy Lowes hasn’t mentioned it and all we can do is go and try and beat a good Huddersfield side.
We believe we’re improving and our mentality is definitely getting better, so if we go there and perform then we will beat Huddersfield.
I’m confident about that because we beat the Giants there last year and we owe them one after two heavy beatings against them this season.
The spirit in the camp is good and as a squad we went down to Wembley to see Eminem last Saturday.
Marc Green paid for all the lads and we were in the VIP area with good food and a free bar, which was brilliant.
I’ve always been a big fan of Eminem and there was a special appearance from Dr Dre which all the lads were loving.
I know it’s a tough situation we are in but the bond between the lads remains strong and we’re all good mates.
There were plenty of positives to take out of the second-half performance at St Helens last week.
It was defintiely a game of two halves – the first half was very average to say the least and we had a big wake-up call at half-time in front of Jimmy.
He did ask some serious questions of us and it was nice to get the response that he was looking for.
It was a shame that we didn’t do that at the start of the game because we got caught cold.
On a personal note, it was good to score against my old club and all my family were there.
I looked after them all in the week regarding tickets because it was always going to be a big game and I’m glad Jimmy gave me a chance to go out and perform.
I thought I did myself quite proud with some decent touches and an error-free game, plus I got a decent reception from the crowd.