Sergio Torres says Crawley are aiming to reclaim their place at the League Two summit when they head to Plymouth on Saturday.
The Red Devils slipped down to third following a goalless draw at Bristol Rovers last weekend but are just one point behind Southend and Cheltenham.
Winger Torres expects a tough game at Home Park against a Plymouth side now recovering from their miserable start to the season, but has his sights firmly set on top spot
"It looks like they have picked up a bit, it's going to be a long trip and a hard game but we will do our best to get three points," he told the club's official website.
"We are only one point below and we are aiming to be top again."