Jordon Forster has said he is excited by the challenges of playing in England after joining Plymouth on loan from Hibernian.
The defender, 22, made 56 appearances for Hibs, scoring five goals.
"The majority of players in Scotland want to play in England, as the leagues are a lot more exciting," he told BBC Radio Devon.
"There are a lot more challenges in each league here, and there are different ways of playing."
Hibs are currently third in the Scottish Championship and Forster added: "Hibs are a really good team up in the Scotland but League Two is leaps and bounds ahead of the Scottish Championship."
Despite a 2-1 loss to fellow promotion-chasers Northampton on Tuesday, Plymouth remain top of League Two on goal difference.
Forster, who will be available for Saturday's match against Stevenage, has highlighted the club's potential of being promoted as the deciding factor in moving to Devon.
"I had a couple of offers from Scotland and other teams in England, but Plymouth so attractive because of the chance to win a medal and get promoted," he said.