Cheltenham Town striker Darryl Duffy has set his sights on steering the club into the League Two play-offs this season.
The Scottish forward joined the Robins on a free transfer this summer after being released by Bristol Rovers at the end of last season.
Mark Yates' side had a strong first half to the campaign last season, but fell away from the play-off places after the New Year, finishing in a lowly 17th.
However, Duffy is hoping to bring a level of consistency to Cheltenham this year, as they aim to finish what they started at Whaddon Road last season.
"They started off really well last season and were up there fighting for the play-offs until around January before their young, small squad ran out of steam," Duffy told skysports.com.
"The gaffer is hoping to replicate that sort of form this year and extend it so that we don't hit a wall come the New Year.
"There is a good blend of experienced heads and young legs here, so hopefully that combination will help us do that this year.
"There may be the odd few in League One that will say they are too big a club for that division and the same applies in League Two, but I don't think that the standard is that different from the league above.
"Sides in the past have proven that by doing really well after gaining promotion from League Two, with Rochdale and Exeter proof in the pudding.
"If you can get consistency in your game then you will thrive no matter which division you are in."