We did very well to go to Charlton and take all three points in what was a sell-out crowd for the London side.

Knowing what a big crowd can do for a team, to go and win comfortably is testament to how far this Rovers side has come.

What makes it all the more impressive is our form when you take into account our current injury crisis.

Losing the influential Bradley Dack in December was obviously a massive blow, our luck hasn’t improved and we are really scraping in the attacking department.

This team doesn’t seem to want to lie down though, despite those injuries Rovers’ find themselves top of the form table with no team having scored more or conceded less in the last six.

The win against Charlton moved us to eighth place and within three points of the top six.

Given the injury concerns to even be in the mix as outsiders is something I am quite proud of.

Since our season in the third tier fans of other clubs have come to know us as ‘Dackburn’ Rovers.

It’s something I partially believed myself as well, we were incredibly reliant on Dack and his ability.

There is no doubt in my mind that he is our best player, and I find myself wondering if we could be doing even better with him in the team.

To be doing as well as we are though without him is testament to the team Rovers boss Tony Mowbray has built.

Whilst it perhaps isn’t the most talented of squads, this is a team that would seemingly run through brick walls for each other.

Never has that been more prevalent as when Mowbray revealed that Lewis Travis has been playing with a broken hand.

We may well fall short of the top six, but given the circumstances I’m proud that we are even mentioned as outsiders.