Gareth Bale has admitted that although his start to life at Real Madrid has been good, he can produce a lot more for Carlo Ancelotti's side.
The Welshman went on to claim "the best is yet to come" as he looks to impress in his maiden season in La Liga.
The world's most expensive player has seen the start to his Real Madrid career hampered by a string of insignificant ankle and hamstring injuries, raising concerns caused by his lack of pre-season this summer.
This is all despite a start which has seen the Welsh ace score four goals and set up six more in his opening 10 matches for the Spanish giants.
Speaking with the Spanish club's official television channel, he said: “The best is yet to come. I have just finished my pre season and I can still give more."
“Now I can score more goals and help the team achieve success. It was only a matter of time to be 100 per cent."
It was questioned whether Bale would live up to the record-breaking price tag which saw him switch to Spain from England last summer.
However, the 24-year-old has started promisingly in Madrid, and his new club are currently occupying third in the league - just six points off the leaders Barcelona.
He continued: "Playing with Cristiano? He is amazing, he scores hat-tricks every week. It is a pleasure to play with him.”
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