By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Birmingham's Neil Danns brings us his latest exclusive column.
Well things have been a bit hectic for me in recent weeks, off the field anyway as I am just moving into a new house.
It is never easy when you move areas, but again that is something of an occupational hazard when you are a footballer and everyone assumes it is an easy thing - but we all know realistically it isn't.
But I am pleased to say everything is going well and should be sorted very soon.
On the field, well things have dropped off a little and we have not being going through the best of form - indeed our only win was the fantastic FA Cup win at Newcastle.
From a personal point of view I am again a little disappointed not to have got the run I am so eagerly looking for - but I know what I have to do and that is to work hard and keep doing what I am doing.
I know I am good enough and it is just that bit of luck needed to get the run, and hopefully that will come sooner rather than later.
I enjoyed a run out for the reserves this week, scoring in the process and I do appreciate the value of keeping up my match fitness - which is essential when I get my chance.
With it being international week, many think Premiership and bigger Championship teams like ourselves have it easy - but that is not the case, with us anyway. Despite a number of the lads being away we continue as normal and again it doesn't give us free licence for a trip out.
Obviously most of us will be watching the England game, but we will all be doing it at home with our families, we don't get a chance to see too much football given our own work - so it will be good to chill out and watch.
Neil who were your heroes when you were growing up?
Well Rob as many people know I am a Liverpool fan and so all my heroes are also Anfield ones! I think the main one was really Robbie Fowler, but I also loved Steve McMananman and John Barnes - they were my favourites.
You can see its hard and takes time to adapt to a new position but i think you are starting to..Has it been hard getting used to the ambition of the club and trying to fit into the area, surroundings etc?
Strange you ask this question now Lee, as I have just said I have just moved into my new house so yes I am very much getting used to the area and I am really enjoying it.
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