Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has insisted he is capable of improving on his recent form.
The Welshman, who was named September's Player of the Month, has been one of the standout performers in the Premier League so far this season.
However Ramsey has warned Arsenal's Premier League rivals that he will not be resting on his laurels.
Ramsey, speaking to the Metro, said on his fantastic start to the season: "I think there is more to come, I’m still only 22, I still need to do better and learn a few more things but the boss [Arsene Wenger] is telling me about that, things like positioning defensively.
"So there’s definitely more to come and I’m looking forward to that. When you haven’t got the ball, while we’re defending – sometimes I am not always where I need to be.
"I need to be playing well, be involved in the game and taking these games by the scruff of the neck and keep doing the things I’ve been doing."
The 22-year-old has been in outstanding goalscoring form this season - scoring 10 goals in 15 games for club and country.
Ramsey, who scored a mere two goals in 47 appearances last season, has already scored four times as many Arsenal goals as last year.
"At the back end of last season I noticed a change in myself," added Ramsey.
"I got my confidence back, started playing some good stuff again and that’s carried on this year.
"The confidence is flowing throughout the team at Arsenal at the moment. We are top of the league, playing some good stuff and I think all the players are feeling good at the moment.
"All of us just want to get out there and play as much football as we possibly can at the moment."
Ramsey, who scored against Belgium in the week for Wales, could be rested for Arsenal's clash with Norwich on Saturday as Arsene Wenger may look to save his star midfielder for his side's crucial Champions League clash against Borussia Dortmund.