"We have got ourselves into a good position and we are looking forward to the challenge over the next six months"
Luke Chambers is relishing what he describes as a massive second half of the season ahead.
The skipper is hoping to return to action after a neck injury in Town’s trip to Portsmouth at the weekend as Blues kick off a run of four games over the festive period.
“We are in a fantastic position at the moment,” Chambo told the Club website. “We can speak about the what-ifs but look at where Sunderland are at the moment and the time they are having so we’ll take it.
“There are no guarantees in football but we have got ourselves into a good position and we are looking forward to the challenge over the next six months and it’s going to be a massive second half of the season.
“The way I see it, it’s the biggest since we were fighting to go up to the Premier League a few years ago. Potentially it’s bigger than that. Financially going up to the Premier League would have been massive of course, I get that but a club of this size doesn’t want to be languishing in League One for too long.
“That can happen because we have seen other clubs in that situation and the longer you are at this level, the harder it can be to get back up.
“We’re determined to get back straightaway and we’ll be giving it everything to make that happen.”