Huddersfield Town fans favourite Tom Cowan is hoping the amazing transformation of the Terriers continues for years to come.
And although he remains in disbelief the side are plying their trade in the Premier League, the former left-back firmly believes the work David Wagner has done both on and off the pitch means Town will have enough to stay up.
"They've definitely got enough. They look excellent going forward, they're quite resilient at the back so I think they'll be fine come the end of the season," Tom Cowan said.
"I don't think anyone would have thought Huddersfield Town would be in the Premier League though."
Reflecting on his own career, the 48-year-old does not envy the current multi-million pound players of modern day football.
The Scotsman had a taste of England's top-flight with Sheffield United, but was always thinking about life after the beautiful game.
"Me and other players back then knew we would have to work after football, unless you played in the Premier League for ten years," explained Cowan.
"I think I only played three years in the Premier League with Sheffield United, so I always knew I would have to work no matter what.
"But I don't feel any tinge of resentment - I know how hard everyone has worked to get here."
Cowan, who played 149 times for the Terriers and was an integral part of the Neil Warnock side that gained Division Two promotion, was full of praise for the current Town squad.
"I feel so proud of where Town are at the moment and getting into the Premier League," he added.
"The transformation of the squad under Wagner has been brilliant, bringing in the foreign and German players was an astute move."
"It's been an absolutely amazing transformation and long may it continue."