Queens Park Rangers star Matt Smith has explained why it's going well for the club right now on the back of five wins in seven matches.
The Hoops are one of the form sides in the Championship right now and scored five past Rotherham United on Saturday.
Smith has impressed since arriving at Loftus Road and he is certainly enjoying what boss Ian Holloway is trying to build.
The striker, who scored the opening goal at the weekend, believes it's a "work in progress" but does feel something special can happen looking to next season.
"I still think it's taking time having the team get to know each other and we're not the finished article," said Smith.
"Like anything, things like this don't happen overnight, it's a work in progress and we're starting to reap the benefits of the manager's philosophy and the lads are starting to gel a bit.
"But it's going to take a lot longer than a couple of months.
"We can feel that something is building here and the crowd sense that. We feel it in the dressing room."
And Smith has revealed that the squad at QPR is one of the best he's been part of so far in his career.
The 27-year-old says there a "no egos" or "bad eggs" which can be disruptive to the team spirit.
"I've been a in a few dressing rooms before and the team spirit here really is second to none," said Smith.
"Everyone wants to work for each other and there is, what I haven't seen before, maybe is a completely utter respect for every other person in the squad.
"It's an easy thing to say, but to truly believe it, I think everyone in that dressing room respects each other to the highest level possible, and ultimately the manager as well.
"I think the manager has just assembled a really good set of lads, and it boils down to character.
"Everyone wants to work hard for each other, there are no egos in there or bad eggs in there, which is, the higher you go the more common they're found, but it's a really good set of lads.
"It's a group of lads where everyone brings their own skill set. There are different qualities throughout the squad and I think as a team we'll only benefit from that."