I’m the type of positive character who goes on the pitch genuinely thinking we can win every game.

I don’t see any reason why we can’t win all four remaining ones to finish the season as strong as we can.

When the dust settles, a mid-table finish in our first year in League One would be a decent achievement.

The season has been a bit up and down but there have been games where I feel we deserved more. During that long spell I was out, I felt there were several performances when we should have won but didn’t.

One more win would make us absolutely safe but you don’t want the season to just fizzle out. It’s a matter of personal pride.

If we can beat Peterborough, it would stop people talking about that dreaded word “relegation”.

We’ve heard it for a long, long time but I never felt for a minute that we would be in a relegation scrap – not with the squad we’ve got.

We’ve always had nine or ten teams below us, and the much better goal difference as well. So my mindset has never changed.

It was a good point at Rotherham last week but we know our last two home games have been very disappointing.

I don’t know why that is because Bradford should never been an easy place for teams to come and it is frustrating for all of us.

We’ve been fine away but couldn’t have any complaints from either the Walsall or Oldham defeats at Valley Parade. Today is a great chance to get them out the system.

Hopefully I’ll have better luck at Swindon on Monday than last time when I got sent off. That was a crazy period when I seemed to get red cards left, right and centre.

They are a good team like Peterborough so these two games give us the chance to show where we are as a group.