Plymouth winger Yannick Bolasie believes that Argyle can still mount a push for promotion this season, despite their sluggish start.
The Pilgrims ended their winless run of three games at the weekend as a double from top-scorer Bradley Wright-Phillips inspired them to a 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Huddersfield.
The game saw Bolasie return to the staring line-up for the first time this season after recovering from a knee injury, but the French youngster told skysports.com that the club have now found their feet in League One.
"I think that our main problem this season has been concentration because we have conceded a lot of goals during the latter stages of matches," he said.
"If we can tighten up in that department in all areas of the pitch, not just the defence, then hopefully we will start picking up a lot more points than we have done so far, especially at home.
"Our main priority is still to gain promotion this season, but the club has undergone a number of changes this year.
"The division is very tight, with one win taking you within touching distance of the play-off places and one defeat sending you towards the bottom again.
"So, it is very open and any side in this league can still mount a promotion push and we still have faith in the changing room that we can turn it round and climb up the table."