The League One title race is looking fierce with Portsmouth currently leading the way from Luton and Sunderland.
The Fratton Park side look well on their way back to where they feel they belong and promotion this season is firmly on the cards.
Here, then, we spoke to former midfielder Michael Brown and now EFL on Quest pundit to get his take on the club’s chances…
“Luton are close and obviously Sunderland have a game in hand but I think they have gone very very well and they are in safe hands with Kenny Jackett.
“If they can hold on to some of their players and improve rather than sell it’ll be interesting to see where they go.
“It is a great family club and the improvements on their stadium heading their way is great to see.
“They’re well run now and the support is second to none at Portsmouth. When I was there I thoroughly enjoyed my time and it was one of the best feelings when we beat Tottenham when we had no chance to get into the FA Cup final.
“I’ve never seen relief and reward in a stadium and joy on people’s faces like it and hopefully more of that is on the way.”
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