THERE are four games left of the regular season and if we win them all we will finish second in the British League.

That is something Worcester Wolves haven’t done before and it would be more progression for us.

After a bitty, stop-start season that would be something to cheer about and we’re looking to try to close out the season really strongly heading into the play-offs.

We host Glasgow Rocks at the University Arena tomorrow (7.30pm) before playing Leicester Riders twice, away on Tuesday and at home on Friday, and finishing at Durham Wildcats the following Sunday.

We’ve played Glasgow twice away from home and been horrible against them and not done ourselves any sort of justice so it will be nice to have them at home.

Leicester are a good team with a deep bench who are very athletic and quick.

We are 1-0 up on them at the moment after we managed to beat them away from home in December.

They are going to be two very tough games but, for me, it’s a very exciting end to the season with those kind of games coming up.

They’re fighting for second place still and so are we. There’s a lot riding on these games for very different reasons.

I am also hoping we will have large crowds for the home games against Glasgow and Leicester to create an intimidating atmosphere, like we had for last Friday’s 88-81 victory over Newcastle Eagles.

It was a full house and one of the best atmospheres I think I have witnessed since we’ve been in the new arena.

The first ever game at the arena against Leicester was absolutely brilliant but this one was a bit different because I think the crowd have seen more basketball and are a bit more knowledgeable about the game, they understand the importance of what’s going on.

They’re really getting behind the team at the right time, which gives us a total lift and you can’t help but want to play in that sort of atmosphere.

It’s fantastic to have a sell-out crowd at this stage of the season and hopefully we will see more of that going through into the play-offs.

It was a tremendous performance by us, with Alex Owumi scoring 25 points, and an absolutely fantastic crowd. All of our games over the past few years against Newcastle have been very close, tightly fought affairs.

Some teams see Newcastle on the fixture list and they’re already down by 10 points before a ball has even been shot.

We have actually played them at their own game — they’re a very physical team and you’ve got to match that physicality and we’ve been allowed to do that.