It has been a momentous week for the club with a major hurdle cleared in our search for a new home.

Obviously we had a game that night at Wycombe, so I had to watch the council meeting online – I would imagine the viewing figures were incredible for that!

What I saw was incredible. So many people spoke in favour of the new stadium.

Some you would expect to speak, people who are comfortable with public speaking and who were very polished.

But I also saw people like Riva from our Women’s side, a young fan called Harry Hall, Gary from the walking football team, and some amazing people who live in Kidlington and who clearly spoke from the heart.

Our support is always amazing but it’s usually inside a football stadium, not a council room.

It made me so proud to be part of what this club represents and I want to thank everyone who has helped get us this far on our journey.

There is a lot of hard work ahead for all concerned but Tuesday afternoon was so encouraging. It was certainly the best bit of Tuesday for us!

Playing Wycombe is never easy and because of the distance between us, people seem determined to make it into a derby. Don’t worry, I know full well who the real rivals are!

But there is an edge to games when we play at Adams Park and on Tuesday, we were bitterly disappointed not to get something out of a game where we had a lot of the ball but didn’t take advantage of that fact.

We can’t keep saying that. If we play most of a game in the other team’s half, then we have to turn that into chances and goals.

The frustration was because at Fleetwood and then at home to Ipswich, we had stayed positive and scored late goals to get back-to-back wins.

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We were in tenth place in the table and everyone was looking upwards; a win at Wycombe would have seen us go above them.

But there is no time to dwell on things like that.

We are definitely on the right track and one defeat shouldn’t derail us.

We have a chance today to go to Burton, fight for every ball today and if we do that then hopefully we come back with three points and make it four wins from our last six games.

As with the stadium, there is still a long way to go...