It is probably fair to say that Bristol Rovers look more than comfortable in League One.
The west-country side came into this season rather sceptical about how they would cope with the demands of a higher standard of football.
With many of the Rovers players still with the club since their Conference promotion in 2015, they have undoubtedly shown their ability to adapt to the increase in quality of opposition.
Rovers boss, Darrell Clarke, has turned the club around remarkably from their relegation to the Conference in the 2013/14 season.
But, despite double-promotion, Clarke would be the first one to tell you that the club are looking to push even further forward rather than rest in the third tier of English football.
This season as seen the club bring in some quality that is needed to challenge at the business end of League One.
Premier League loan signings such as Charlie Colkett, Hiram Boateng and Jake Clarke-Salter have all added some quality to the side.
Despite their Premier League backgrounds, there are also some Rovers players turning heads in the league.
Sought after striker, Matty Taylor, has scored 6 goals in 9 league games for the Gas. Bearing in mind that it is his first season in League One, that is not a bad start.
Clearly, there is a lot of quality at Bristol Rovers with a balance of youth talent and experience.
As a result, it has been an extremely hard task to choose just 5 players for this side.
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