We need to exercise patience, this is still a largely new squad that's been cobbled together for free with a few seasoned pro's at the club.
I never expected us to be running away with the league, and the results if not performances have been as I'd have expected.
We are still finding our feet but keeping in touch.
For balance, I went to watch Ipswich take on Shrewsbury yesterday, their fanbase aren't calling for Cook's head despite results not going their way. Patchy performances, and not overlooking the quality of the opposition, which make no mistake was poor yesterday. They have more of a claim to being 'favorites' in the division than we do supposedly, despite having a smaller squad than we have.
I don't see much past Wigan, Sunderland and Wycombe for top 3 who all have all had relatively settled squads for a good couple of seasons.
We'll be knocking on the door of the top 6 by May, might not be a pretty watch though.