City defender Adam Jackson has set his sights on a consistent run in the team following a season hampered with injuries.
After concussions and injury niggles ruled the centre-half out for much of the season, the centre-back said he now feels prepared to be a mainstay for the remaining 11 games of the season.
Adam said: “I’m feeling okay – and I’m hoping this is a turning point where I will be ready for every game now.
“A lot of my issues came from that initial concussion and that was a big chunk of the season; getting my fitness back from there caused a few niggles but hopefully they’re gone now and I can get back to that record of not too many injuries.”
Speaking after returning in the defeat to an impressive Ipswich side on Tuesday night, Jackson said the squad will dust themselves down and are capable of taking points against any of the sides they are left to face this season.
He added: “In the first 20 minuted we looked quite sharp, but they just got into a groove, and we struggled towards the end of the first and had spells in the second, but we’ve not really laid a glove on them.
“Second half there were a few crosses and half chances where if we had maybe gambled, it makes it a more interesting game and a nervy last 20 minutes. But we’ve got 11 games left now and we can take points from every game: we will dust ourselves down and we will be ready to go into Wimbledon on Saturday.”