Watford midfielder Nordin Amrabat insists he can improve further after some impressive displays in recent weeks.
Amrabat joined the Hornets from Malaga in January but largely had to settle for a role as a substitute last season.
The Moroccan winger has forced his way into the starting line-up of late and was named man of the match in the draw with Bournemouth at the weekend, and Amrabat says there is more to come.
"There is definitely still more to come. I don't feel I've shown the fans fully what I can do yet," Amrabat told the club's matchday programme.
"Last season it was difficult to show them what I'm about, and this season I've been able to do that a bit more but I can still play better.
"That's a natural thing, though, because when you play regularly every week you can only improve yourself and people can only get to see more of what you can do.
"The difference is just that I'm playing more now. If you come on for just 20 minutes it's difficult to do something, but when you're in the first XI you can show yourself.
"If you play, you enjoy your football, but if you don't play, you don't enjoy it. It's simple."