Tranmere Rovers full-back Lee Vaughan says that he is feeling very settled at Prenton Park and is pleased with how things are going on the pitch.
The 29-year-old is happy that the side have been defensively solid in recent weeks and puts it down to the whole team.
He told Tranmere Player HD: “We’re started to get a run of games where we’re winning and playing well. And the good thing from my point of view as a defender is that we’ve been keeping clean sheets which gives us a platform to build on.
“If you keep a clean sheet, you’re always going to get something out of the game.
“As a team we’ve defended well, that’s from the front. The forwards sometimes get a bit of stick but they work their socks off defensively and we’ve been very organised. The clean sheets are very much a team effort.
“I’m very settled here. I’m enjoying my football again and playing the game I like to play which is getting involved and going forward and keeping clean sheets obviously.”
Vaughan praised the Super White Army for their support and says they can play an important role in the final games of the season.
He added: “We’re blessed with great fans and we need to make that a positive thing.
“Since I’ve been here, the supporters have been really good. They’re willing us to do well. We have to use it as a positive, because we have the best fans in the division, we’ve certainly got the most fans, so that has to give us a lift.
“And if we get into the play-offs, I’m sure they’ll be here in their numbers to cheer us on.”