Versatile midfielder Tom Naylor believes his move to Burton Albion has helped to kick-start his career.
The 24-year-old joined from Derby County in January and helped the Brewers win promotion to League One.
He told BBC Radio Derby: "I went there (Derby) to build my career and build my future and it started quite well, but that's what football is like.
"Then I got a chance at Burton and I've taken it since I got in the side. It's a great move for me, it's perfect."
The Rams signed Naylor from Mansfield in 2012 as a centre-back, before switching him to right-back.
He made only eight appearances for Derby in three seasons, but impressed Burton boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink during a loan spell last season.
Naylor added: "He wanted me to play the centre-midfield role because of my capability with the ball and I want to stay there for the near future."