SONNY Bradley headed Argyle into the Sky Bet League Two promotion places - but is still not happy with that.
The 24-year-old centre-back scored a Home Park injury-time winner over Cheltenham Town to give the Pilgrims a fifth successive win, with a home game against bottom side Cambridge United coming up next Saturday.
“Five wins in a row – any team, any division, will tell you that’s some going,” said Sonny.
“We have just got to continue that now. Every game in this game is winnable; we will be looking to beat anyone who comes here.
“I certainly think we can push on and get to the top of the league. We are third at the minute. We don’t want to be third. That’s not good enough for us. We want to be top.
“Let’s do it again. Let’s come back next week; let’s get another clean sheet and a load of goals.”
The Pilgrims’ resurgence comes after they lost their first three matches, including an opening-day home drubbing by current leaders Luton Town.
“It is important that we kicked on after the first three games,” said Sonny. “We just had a word with ourselves and pulled ourselves together a bit.
“Pre-season, I thought we were outstanding in every game we played; we were unbeaten and we came into the season looking really strong.
“Then Luton tuned up and beat us 3-0 and all of a sudden you are thinking: ‘What’s going on here?’ A couple of tough games after that – two more defeats – and that’s when it started to turn around. From then, we have five wins, three clean sheets. I’m happy with that.”