Alex Robertson is certainly enjoying his breakthrough season on the south coast with Pompey.
The midfielder – on loan from Manchester City – had not experienced a regular run of games in senior football prior to his summer arrival.
But he has already featured 17 times this term and is currently being utilised in a deeper role in the absence of skipper Marlon Pack.
Robertson has helped the Blues rise to the League One summit and is hoping their fine run can continue against Charlton on Saturday.
He said: “It feels very good and to be unbeaten still is a big thing. It’s nice to be sitting at the top of the table.
“We all believe in what we can, as do the coaching staff – and that’s what we need. If we can keep that, then we’ll continue to do well.
“I’ve seen something about our record against Charlton, although we won’t take too much notice about that and will just stick to our game-plan.
"It’s been a lot of games and a lot of minutes for me, but that’s what I came here for. I love the club, the place and all the football."
“There have been quite a few wins, although the cup defeat at Chesterfield last week is probably the biggest learning curve of my time here.
“Coming back at Reading the other week was a special game and it’s just been really enjoyable for me so far.
“I didn’t believe it was over when we went 2-0 behind and neither did the rest of the boys, while the fans kept supporting us.
“It’s been a lot of games and a lot of minutes for me, but that’s what I came here for. I love the club, the place and all the football.”
Robertson is not in the Australia squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers, but Pompey striker Kusini Yengi has received a first senior call-up.
The 20-year-old said: “Kas has done really well to get there. He’s a good friend of mine and a great team-mate, so I’m delighted for him.
“I’ve made a few appearances already, but the main thing that I’m trying to focus on right now is my club football.”