Defender wants Blues' JPT run to continue after Wednesday evening against the Gas.
Southend United defender Adam Barrett cannot wait to be back in action for the Blues – if selected on Wednesday night!
Barrett was on the bench for the trip to Scunthorpe United on Saturday following a few weeks out with an injury picked up at Millwall in September.
And he may well make his comeback against a former club in the form of Bristol Rovers in the JPT at Roots Hall on Wednesday.
“Every time you have a bad result you always have the next game to look forward to and hopefully we can get back to winning ways against Bristol Rovers,” the 35-year-old said.
“You want to win every game. Winning breeds confidence and I was fortune to get to the Final here before at Cardiff and the club got to Wembley a couple of years ago.
“It’s a winnable game for us and hopefully we can pick up some silverware.
“We have a tough game on Wednesday and we need to make sure we stay focussed.”
Barrett enjoyed two years as a Bristol Rovers programme prior to first joining Southend in 2004.
And he admitted he was thrilled to see the Gas return to League 2 last season.
“I spent two years as captain at Bristol and thoroughly enjoyed it.
“It’s a good football club with good people and I am pleased to see them back in the Football League following their promotion last season.”
You can watch a full interview with Adam on Blues Player HD by clicking here.