Torquay winger Ian Morris says League Two is a "crazy league", saying the current top seven won't look the same in May.
Morris, who recently returned to action following knee surgery, has played his part as the Gulls put to bed memories of an eight-match winless streak with four victories in their last five league games.
In that time the Devon outfit have risen quickly up the table to sit just three points off the play-offs, and Morris believes that shows how topsy-turvy life in the Football League's basement division can be.
"League Two is a crazy league and right now it would be impossible to predict what the top three or even the top seven is going to look like at the end of the season," he said.
"If you're around the top and you don't have a win in two or three games, you can quite easily slip out of the top 10 altogether.
"You can see that with the way some of the results have gone so far this year. It's a mad, crazy league."