ALTHOUGH Worcester Wolves can no longer finish second in the British League, there are still lots of positives to be had.

We are still on course for a third-place finish, which would equal last year’s achievement, and our aim has always been consistency and trying to be a top-four team every year.

We want to be known as a club who are there or thereabouts every season and we’ve certainly gone a long way to doing that this year.

The fact we’ve had a lot of changes this season and we’re still able to be up there competing has been a credit to the players and how hard they’ve worked.

This season our home form has been brilliant but it’s been our away form that has let us down. Seven of our eight losses have been away from home which is disappointing because there were some really winnable games there.

That has cost us a little bit this year but when you look at the bigger picture with the turnover of players from last season, them getting used to each other and the system that I run, to still be where we are I think has been a phenomenal achievement for all concerned.

The high points so far have got to be beating Newcastle Eagles three times because you don’t do that every season.

Some of the crowds we’ve had at the University Arena have been absolutely phenomenal, too, and raised the bar.

The organisation is going from strength to strength so there are lot of positives.

I think we’re still moving in the right direction and we want to finish off strongly now going into the play-offs competition.

Supporters can also now vote for their player-of-the-season, as well as their choice for the best defensive and most exciting player.

Voting slips will be available at tomorrow night’s home match against Leicester Riders (7.30pm) and can also be collected from the arena box office.

Supporters can also vote via our Facebook page and on Twitter using #Wolvesawards and the awards will be presented after our play-off quarter-final on Friday, April 24.

I think there are a lot of outstanding candidates. Chavis Holmes has been good this season, along with Alex Owumi, Jamal Williams and Robert Thurman.

You can make a case for anyone so it will be interesting to see how the fans vote in that respect.

This year we have had more depth and talent within the squad whereas last year we kind of relied on a couple of key players to deliver, which they did.

This year it has been spread about a bit more and I guess my pick for player of the season could be quite different to others so it will be exciting to see how people vote.