We've had a good week on the training pitch following last Saturday's game and we're all looking forward to putting that game behind us when we travel to West Bromwich Albion this weekend.
Getting to 40 points on Saturday is very important for us. We want to get as many points as we possibly can, so to get three against West Brom and get to the 40-point mark is big.
We want to finish as high as we can and that'll mean getting mathematically safe as soon as possible too. If we can get three points on Saturday we will be and we can also start moving back up the league as well.
We're still in touch with the two teams above us and a win on Saturday would hopefully bring us closer to them.
Even though we've lost the last three games, I think we have played well in spells, but unfortunately we haven't turned performances into points. Hopefully we'll be able to do that on Saturday and get the victory which will get us out of the 30s and into the 40s.
West Brom are fighting as well to get as many points as they can in their situation, so it will be a tough game. On the whole, we've played well against the teams in and around us - we've beaten Sunderland, Hull and Norwich recently - and we want to do that again on Saturday.
It is a different challenge at this time of year. More often that not there's always something on it for the opposition, whether they are fighting to get into the top places, or scrapping for points at the bottom - it is hard playing against any team at this stage of the season.
There may be more pressure on them with West Brom being the home team and needing a result. They'll want to go and dominate the game and try and win at their place.
I think we've done well on the road though, so we'll want to go there and put in a good display and get the right result.
From a personal point of view, I'm pleased with my form at the moment, I'm enjoying a good spell and hopefully I can get a few more goals between now and the end of the season and keep putting the crosses in.
Come on you Irons