Plymouth FanZoner Adam Sibley will take any type of victory as long as Argyle climb the table.
Points more important than plaudits for Argyle
After a terrible run of results Argyle seem to have turned the corner slightly after working hard to get a 2-0 win at home against York and coming from a goal behind against arch rivals Exeter to pick up an away point and save some local pride.
We aren't out of the mire by a long shot and we aren't playing good football but for a club in our position 4 points from 2 games is a great return.
Fletcher doesn't have a lot to pick from in his squad but he seems to have found a line up which works and allows players to play to their strengths.
He has Hourihane and Molesley in the middle of the park whose job it is to break up play and get tackles in, he has Cowan-Hall and Gurrieri who he gives more freedom to use their pace to run at the opposition and a target man in either Griffiths or Chadwick to hit.
The games I have witnessed in recent weeks at Home Park have been true league 4 games with very little quality football played but we are starting to get the better of scrappy games which is how we are going to stay in this league.
What is also positive to see is that we seem to be making fewer mistakes in games, I just hope that we can get one or two players in during the January window to help us cement our position in this league.
I'm really looking forward to the boxing day game at home to Torquay as we play our second local derby in a row in a repeat of last year's boxing day game. I just hope this year the result is in our favour.
I think come mid-January we will be able to tell whether this is going to be a relegation scrap right to the end of the season or whether it is going to be a season of lower half of the table obscurity.