Andrey Arshavin maintains there is plenty more to come from him after the Russian's four goals put a massive dent in Liverpool's title bid at Anfield on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old produced a brilliant individual display as Arsenal almost snatched victory over the Reds, but were once again undone by poor defending as Yossi Benayoun grabbed an equaliser deep into stoppage time as an amazing match ended 4-4.
However, the deadline-day signing insists his display at Anfield is only the start of things to come and said: "I do not think I have adapted yet because in the first half I was quiet, except for the one moment when I scored."
He added: "It is difficult, but I will try -- I need time.
"I am a new player, I have to go through (my own) pre-season and then everything will be better."
Arshavin continued: "I had only scored a hat-trick twice in my career.
"I feel good, but also disappointed because we did not get the victory.
"Both teams wanted to win. What can I say? It was unbelievable football, but that is England for you."
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