Cheltenham have have flourished thanks to a combination of strength in depth and real camaraderie, according to Kaid Mohamed.
The 27-year-old has been a regular feature of the Robins side as manager Mark Yates' team have surpassed all expectations to sit third in League Two.
Many doom-mongers had predicted the Whaddon Road outfit would be among the relegation candidates this term, but Yates' squad have so far rubbished such prophecies. And Mohamed thinks he knows just how they have done it.
"We were favourites to go down earlier in the season, but we've got a really good squad and everyone is getting along. It's a good place to be," he told Press Association Sport.
"We've got a great bench and there are players who should be playing who are on the bench.
"We've got a good midfield and a really strong defence and we're playing well as a team."