By Neil Danns
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Latest instalment from Birmingham's Neil Danns.
Well at the moment things are obviously going well for us, we are second in the league and being in the automatic positions at this stage is still important.
Personally speaking I have had a pretty good last month, I had a good run of games starting three league games in-a-row before last weekend.
I am very much still settling into life at Birmingham. As I said it is a fantastic place and club, so it was not that easy coming from Colchester (which is a smaller club).
That is partly why I don't think I have quite hit the heights expected of me - although saying that I have only started one game from central midfield.
I love to bomb on into the box, but you have to be strong and play were you are told and when you do you have to make sure you do the correct job.
But that is all part of being patient which I know I need to be - I have confidence in my ability, but I know I need to work hard and then hopefully things will continue to improve.
Obviously this week is international week so we don't have a game and a number of players are away on international duty.
To help keep up my match fitness I played for the reserves on Wednesday but I enjoyed it and it gave me a chance to have 90 minutes in centre midfield and I hopefully showed what I can do as I managed to bag the winner.
Now we are building up to next week, we will take it easy over the weekend before building up and hopefully everyone will come back fresh and we can really attack the next few games and push on.
It is said all footballers play golf, do you? And if so who is the lowest handicap at Blues?
Well Craig I actually don't play myself I have never really been into it - although I did go to the driving range with Stephen Kelly the other day and I can tell you he is pretty useful.
Hi Neil, As an Arsenal fan my question to you is, which of the Arsenal boys the Blues have taken on loan has impressed you the most in matches and in training?
That is tough as they have all looked pretty good to be honest and you can tell they have something about them but if I had to choose one I would say Nicklas Bendtner. For a big man he has a lot about him and at 18 he looks to have a very bright future in the game.
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