Jermaine McGlashan has pledged to repay the faith shown in him by Cheltenham after making a number of appearances since his arrival.
The winger joined the Robins last month from Aldershot for an undisclosed fee, and has since turned out five times for the League Two high-flyers.
McGlashan has been blown away by the professionalism and quality at Whaddon Road since his arrival and he is desperate to prove to manager Mark Yates and everyone associated with the club that he is a worthy investment.
"They've taken their chance with me and I want to go out and repay them for their faith in me," he said.
"I've been impressed. Before I came, at the start of the season, they were being tipped for relegation but you look at what the gaffer has done and it's unbelievable.
"They're great lads as well as players and you only have to train with them once to see the quality there. They really suit the way I play."