Will Boyle is hoping to make a next major step in his Cheltenham Town career by helping play a part in the club's upcoming League Two play-off campaign.
The defender, who is one of the longest serving players at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium, is getting set to feature in two play-off semi-final clashes with Northampton Town, with a chance to fight it out in the play-off final at Wembley for a place in League One at stake.
It was announced that he had tied down his future at the club until the summer of 2022 a couple of weeks ago and has been getting used to the environment that him and his teammates will be looking to perform in over the next week in two crucial semi-final fixtures.
"Obviously it's different - there's no doubt about it - but we've been training now a couple of weeks and you get used to it," he said.
"In two or three days you get used to it. It's the new normal now. I'd imagine it's going to be the new normal for a while moving forward.
"We've played Cardiff so we know what it's like to have nobody here.
"We are in a better position than the teams who have finished now and don't have a clue when next season is starting.
"They've got no clarity and nothing to look forward to or build up for so we're quite lucky in that sense."
Watch a full interview with Boyle looking ahead to the play-off matches above at the top of the page.
Cheltenham head to Northampton on Thursday for the first leg ahead of the return fixture on Monday 22 June.