THE new season is only two games old but already there has been plenty of excitement and controversy.
I'm obviously delighted we've got off to such a great start with four points from our first two games - I just hope the News of the World, who tipped us to go down this season, are watching.
I know it's still early days, but I firmly believe we have no need to worry about relegation this season.
It was a shame the win at Peterborough was overshadowed by events at the end of the game when Mark Wright refused to shake my hand.
I've got no idea why he wouldn't. He shook my hand before the game and inquired after the chairman's health.
I was disappointed with his actions and comments after the game when he knew I was on the team coach travelling home.
We won the game and that's what I was most concerned about - handshake or no handshake.
What can I say about Tuesday's match against Lincoln? It's hard to know where to start and I just hope all you fans were entertained!
We didn't play too badly in the first half but Lincoln got two goals and left us with a big job to do.
Thankfully, we were up to the task and we've just got to tighten up and make sure we don't give teams two-goal head-starts in future.
The Lincoln manager, Keith Alexander, was pretty unhappy with a few of the refereeing decisions and you might have noticed me running on to the pitch at the end of the game to stop him confronting the ref.
Hopefully, Keith would have done the same for me. I've been in front of the FA before and I don't want to see Keith getting into trouble so early in the season.
He doesn't need to be giving the FA any money - I just hope he's got enough to send me a Christmas card this year!
It's an emotional game and as a manager you don't just have your own emotions to worry about, there's the team, staff and supporters as well.
Sometimes it's very difficult to bite your lip and accept bad decisions, but you have to keep emotions in check.
Starting this season against a team that had been playing in a higher division, and then against a club that reached the play-off final can, at this stage, be used as a yardstick for the standards required this season.