Torquay's Austrian goalkeeper Bobby Olejnik is more content after swapping Scottish football for League Two in the summer.
The stopper is part of a Gulls side that is competing for promotion to League One, but it is the change of mentality in training that has pleased Olejnik most since his arrival in Devon.
"It's a completely different style of football. In Scotland it was all about training to be the complete footballer," he said.
"If you were no good with your left foot, you would spend all of training kicking with your left foot.
"For me that was not the way to go about it. Here we all work to our strengths, and that helps me and everyone in the squad.
"There's a lot more positive attitude here and the lads go out to attack. The standard seems so much better and the players seem a lot more lively."