Kieran Murtagh says he is settling into his second loan spell at Woking.
The 23-year-old midfielder, who played 13 games for the club last season, has made two appearances since joining from Cambridge United in December.
He told BBC Surrey: "Obviously I know the gaffer [Garry Hill] and the players from last season. It's good to come back and be playing again.
"We play the same formation as last season so it's easy for me to adapt and I know how a few of the boys play."
He added: "I'm getting better so hopefully there's more of me to come."
Murtagh, who is at Kingfield until the end of the season, made his second home debut for the Cards in their 1-0 defeat by Staines on Saturday.
The loss brought an end to Woking's 17-match unbeaten run in Blue Square Bet South.
"We weren't the best," the former Yeovil and Wycombe player continued. "They scored against the run of play but that happens in football.
"We just have to bounce back and make sure we show all the fans what we can do."