Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson thinks he has made significant improvements to his game but insists that he still has plenty of hard work to do.
The England international has enjoyed a solid campaign this season and has been one of the main stays of Brendan Rodgers' side, having made 38 appearances so far, scoring four goals.
And this form has led to Henderson receiving lots of praise from his manger, as well as fans and pundits, but he knows there’s still room for improvement in his game.
"I've improved a lot since I came to the club, which is one of the main reasons I joined," he told the official Liverpool website.
"I knew it would help me improve as a player and I think I've improved as a person as well on and off the pitch. "I've just got to keep doing that and keep working hard on the training pitch and off it.
"Hopefully I can keep improving and keep getting more game time. "I tend to go into games and approach them all the same.
"The main thing is that the team win at the end of the day, even if you don't play well but the team wins, that is the most important thing.
"But, yes, there have been games when I've thought I'd played well and was improving all the time. I just need to carry on doing it."
With the Reds being linked with summer moves for a number of midfielders Henderson will be looking to carry on his good form until the end of the season to ensure he is part of Rodgers' set up next year.
Meanwhile, the midfielder also spoke about the U21 European Championships this summer, stating that he felt the tournament wouldn’t affect his Liverpool form next season.
He said: "The maximum number of games you can play is five if you win the tournament so it's not a great deal of games to be honest.
"It will be hard in the heat and the intensity of the games but think I'll be fine for the season."
The No.14 is likely to captain England U21s at the European Championships in Israel in June.