WE ARE down to the sharp end of the season and even if the BBL title has now been clinched by the best team, Brighton Bears, there is still another trophy up for grabs.
The Jets have suffered with injuries for some time, but there are positive signs that those may now be behind us and if they are, I believe we can be a real threat to Brighton doing the double.
Brighton will, undoubtedly, be the favourites because of their quality and depth, but now it's all down to which team has the appetite to go one step further at the end of a hard season.
It wouldn't be the first time a team has come out of the pack in the play-offs to snatch the title, and that could include the Jets, but it could be a team which has yet to win a trophy this season.
It would be easy for me to sit back and rest on my laurels. I have achieved my ambition of winning a trophy - the BBL Trophy - in my first season, but that's not the way it is going to be.
Far from it. After our injury crisis, I sense a desire to show the rest of the BBL what we are capable of and when the play-off tournament starts, I will only have to remind my players of how they felt when they lifted the Trophy at Sheffield.
They were over the moon at the time and that's an emotion they can experience again at the NIA in Birmingham on Sunday, May 2.
To put it simply, we are just three games away from winning some more silverware - or will be when the regular season ends this weekend.
Once the final buzzer goes on Sunday evening, we will start to focus on the play-offs. I know my players are good enough to win again and so do they. If we can go into these games without someone strapped up to the neck, I will be very pleased.
I would love to be on top of the podium on May 2. This would be a great way to send us into the summer and provide a springboard for next season.