Torquay midfielder Ian Morris has boldly predicted his side will beat local rivals Plymouth Argyle in League Two's Devon derby on Saturday.
Morris believes the form his team is showing means there can only be one result at Plainmoor on Saturday.
The 25-year-old midfielder told BBC South West: "I can't see anything other than a win for us.
"We go into the game full of confidence and we're playing really good football at the moment."
Morris continued: "It'll be high tempo, which suits us. I don't think teams can live with us when we play one-two touch football.
"We've got so much creativity in our side. At the back we've got big strong lads and they can play a bit as well."
Torquay remain unbeaten in League Two and Morris scored his first goal of the season in the
draw at Port Vale
"I was happy to get off the mark so early in the season," said the former Scunthorpe man.
"It gives me a platform to build on, to go and get as many as I can."
The Gulls won both games against their local rivals last year,
winning the home fixture 3-1