New Plymouth Argyle loan signing Scott Griffiths says he feels the team is a lot better than their 19th place in League Two suggests.
The 26-year-old Peterborough left-back on Tuesday and went straight into the side for the win over Aldershot that evening.
"To me it doesn't look like a team in that position," Griffiths told BBC Radio Devon.
"Hopefully while I'm here I'd love to see the team climb a few positions."
Griffiths had not played a game this season until the 2-1 victory over the Shots in the Johnstone Paints Trophy.
He only found out about Argyle's interest that morning and then made a five-hour journey to Plymouth that day.
"I rushed home, packed everything and drove down," he continued.
"It was definitely a bit of a challenge as I've played two reserve games in the past two weeks, but prior to that nothing since the start of pre-season.
"It was straight into the changing room, kit on and play - there wasn't time for a proper pre-match, but it seemed to work out OK."
And he feels that Argyle have what it takes to climb back up the leagues and one day regain their status as a Championship club.
"It was only a couple of years ago that they were in the Championship, so they're not a small club by any means.
"They've got the players and the staff to get back in that position."