Defender Simon Walton has expressed his honour at being handed the captaincy of League two club Plymouth Argyle.
After former skipper Carl Fletcher was named caretaker manager last week, Walton was given the armband for the weekend win over Macclesfield, and the centre-back said he is thrilled to take up the opportunity.
"If you had told any Plymouth fan two or three years ago I would be captain they would probably have laughed in your face," Walton told the Plymouth Herald.
"But football does funny things to you, and it throws up little hurdles here and there.
"You take it as it comes and, like I say, to be given the chance to be captain was a massive honour.
"I'm really grateful to be given the chance and it's my turn to pay back the trust and faith in me."