It was great to see that the club have confirmed Brett Agnew and Anthony Bowsley as the new permanent management team.
I am very happy with this news, they have proved themselves since they came in as caretakers after Curtis left the club.
You only have to see the results in that time, three wins and a draw, to see that their ideas are getting across to us all and we are taking on board the style in which they want us to play.
Saturday’s win at home to derby rivals Hall Road Rangers was well-deserved, though we did make hard work of it in the first half.
Rangers are a lesser team and we really should be beating sides like that. In the first half we did not seem to get going, but after the interval we were playing some good football.
Chris Adams made a massive impact, coming on as sub for the second half he set up all three goals and was a constant threat out wide.
Ben Marshall, who has moved up from the reserves, also got a chance to impress in the derby, and he had a great chance to score in his 30 minutes on the pitch and he will be frustrated not to have taken this chance.
Handsworth Parramore will be another tough game for us on Saturday, they play at the same ground as Worksop, so hopefully he will repeat the 3-2 win we worked hard for there last Wednesday.
I am going to see Danny Brunton this week about my injured ankle, so hopefully he can give me an idea when I can return to action.
Finally, I have had enough of the Mourinho-Pogba power struggle headlines attached to the team I follow, Manchester United.
Nothing positive is coming out of Old Trafford because of this clash of personalities, hopefully Pogba’s football will do the talking.