And the winger knows it could quite easily be Billy Reid's side looking down on the mid-table pack in the not too distant future.
Accies find themselves seventh in the standings after an inconsistent season but are just two points adrift of fourth placed Livingston ahead of their trip to Cappielow tomorrow.
Anderson said: "It looks terrible when you are seventh in the league but it only takes one win to get us back up the table again. It is really tight in there.
"If we can put a run together then we will climb the table but we have had a couple of draws here and there and the odd win and that is not consistent enough to maintain a place in this league.
"Looking at the table, you could say we are underperforming but when you consider where a win could take you then you have to keep things in perspective.
"In a fortnight's time, it could easily be Livingston where we are just now. It can only take a couple of games for things to swing in your favour.
"The teams above us will be aware of that and that is what makes it a great league."
While Accies have picked up the level of their performances in recent weeks, points have proven harder to come by as they have often been left unrewarded for their efforts.
Allan Moore's side were 2-1 winners at New Douglas Park last Tuesday and Anderson is targeting a Greenock reverse this weekend.
He said: "We owe Morton one on Saturday after they beat us the other week."