Winger Ashley Hemmings is confident Plymouth Argyle will avoid relegation after scoring for the League Two club recently.
Hemmings, who is on loan from Wolves, bagged the winning goal in the 3-2 victory over Bristol Rovers on Boxing Day - a result that extended Argyle's unbeaten streak to four matches.
The Pilgrims may still be bottom of the Football League's basement division but Hemmings is convinced there is enough quality in the Home Park squad to push the Devon club up the table, and he predicted big things for Plymouth in the near future.
He told the Plymouth Herald: "I can see us rising back to the top, to be quite honest. We shouldn't be in this league and I can see big changes happening.
"We need to keep the team spirit going. If you have positive thinking then you're going to get positive games.
"It's excellent for us, going four games unbeaten. I think we are going to get away from relegation. If we keep playing how we are doing we will be all right, definitely."