Defender Mark Ellis is enjoying his football again at Torquay, saying if he plays regularly there is not much more he could ask for.
The defender struggled to get into the side earlier in the season following the arrival of new boss Martin Ling in place of the outgoing Paul Buckle and admitted the first two months of the campaign were difficult.
But the 23-year-old has been a regular in Ling's first XI since the end of October and is relishing every moment.
"I wasn't starting at the beginning of the season and that was really frustrating for me," Ellis said.
"But I've played the last 13 or 14 games on the bounce and I'm happy with the way it's been going.
"As long as I'm involved and the team is doing well there's not much more I could ask for."