Jordan Henderson has promised Liverpool fans that he has plenty more to offer, after scoring his first goal for the Reds in Saturday's victory over Bolton.
The 21-year-old netted the opener at Anfield, before Martin Skrtel and Charlie Adam put the result beyond doubt, in an encounter that ended 3-1.
And Henderson was sufficiently pleased with his own performance in a slick victory which, claims the midfielder, has laid down a personal marker for the rest of the campaign.
"Scoring for Liverpool, especially your first goal, means a lot - you could see that from my celebration," said Henderson.
"But the main thing was the team performance. I thought we were brilliant throughout the game.
"I've worked hard and got my head down but I think I can do a lot better, I think there's a lot more to come."
Henderson is one of five high-profile signings made by Dalglish this summer, along with Charlie Adam, Stewart Downing, Jose Enrique and Alexander Doni.
These acquisitions have certainly made an impact on Merseyside already, and Henderson is excited by the potential of the new Dalglish era.
"A lot of players have bedded in well, like Charlie [Adam] and Jose [Enrique] and Stewie [Downing] on the left-hand side have been brilliant," he added.
"We're playing some good stuff at the minute, we've been working hard on the training pitch and it came off today. We just need to carry on doing that, carry on working hard and hopefully we can keep performing like that."