Learning to adapt is crucial to success in the Football League's bottom tier, according to Cheltenham defender Sido Jombati.
Jombati - who believes there are many different styles of football being played in League Two - is part of a Robins squad that has enjoyed a sensational season. The Whaddon Road club now occupies a top-three spot prior to their trip to Morecambe on Tuesday.
And the 24-year-old points to his side's ability to deal with allcomers as a major reason for Cheltenham's rise to the automatic promotion places.
"Teams at the bottom play long football and it's quite hard for us but we have to expect it," he said.
"Against Burton they played on the ground but teams like Crawley, although they are at the top of the table, are always booming the ball in the air and they play quite long-ball style.
"But that is the way football is in League Two, you get all kinds of teams playing different kinds of football. Now we must match every style and then we will be okay."