GRAHAM Carey says his PFA Fans' Player of the Month for Sky Bet League 2 award is all down to how well he has settled into the club.
Carey was placed on a shortlist of three, which he then won thanks to an open public vote, because of his strong performances through the month of September, and has impressed all at Home Park with how he has hit the ground running.
"I'm more happy with how I've settled and how quickly I've settled in," said Carey. "It's down to the club and the players and the manager. I think if any player wins an award like this it is really down to the team and how well we've done.
"I think it helps that we're top of the league. We've done so well that a couple of players could have been up for that award. It just shows how well we've settled in I think.
"It's down to the coaching staff really for playing me in the team and it's down to the team itself on how we've played and the consistency we've shown."
"The most important thing is to get settled and get your family down as quickly as possible and I think a lot of the lads here have done that and I think that's why we've started so well. Everyone's happy and as a squad we compliment ourselves quite well."
Carey feels his performances are down to feeling so fresh and fit with the training regime the players have at Argyle. He said: "At 26 I don't think I've played as many games as I should have so for 26 I'm quite fresh. I've been wanting to get down to England for the last few years so [I'm] making up for lost time.
"I feel good and it's down to the pre-season we had. We've done well to be top of the league at this minute but we know it can all change very quickly. I think it's down to the manager and the players to help push the club on."