It was just a week ago that Pompey Women kicked off 2019 with a 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers.
And Katie James is positive that the Blues can push on ahead of this afternoon’s visit from National League basement side C&K Basildon.
Speaking in the programme for the PMC Stadium contest, she said: “I would say, at the moment, we are in a period of transition.
“This season we have managed to establish a link with the men’s club and have a new chairman in Eric Coleborn.
“There have been a lot of changes over the past two years, but now with the support we have, we can start moving in the right direction, and look to build our squad and our results.”
"There have been a lot of changes over the past two years, but now with the support we have, we can start moving in the right direction."
James has been utilised in the main striking role several times for the Blues this term and on leading the line, she said: “Personally, I would say that I’m best playing in behind as a number 10.
“I like receiving the ball between the lines and making the third man runs. This position suits my game and the way we like to play here at Pompey.”
Also in issue eight, Amelia Southgate recalls her time playing for Basildon and we look back at Pompey's opening day 6-0 victory over the Essex side.
You can also enjoy reading the usual round-ups from chairman Eric Coleborn and Blues boss Jay Sadler.
The packed 36-page magazine is available for just £1 ahead of today’s match at the PMC Stadium, which kicks-off at 2pm.
Junior supporters can watch Pompey’s derby clash with rivals Southampton in the Hampshire Cup for free. Click here for more details.