Jay Rollins believes that he can only get better at Boston United.
The winger says that his first season of National League North football allowed him to take his game to another level.
And he believes that he can only improve with another nine months under his belt.
“I definitely feel like I’m improving, getting better every game I play,” Rollins told The Standard.
“I’m playing with much better players and I think that shows in my performances.
“I still feel there’s a lot more to come. If I can stay injury-free and keep my place in the side then I’m sure I can continue improving.”
Rollins joined the Pilgrims on trial last summer from Armthorpe Welfare and was offered a deal after impressing in pre-season, including a goal on his debut at Boston Town.
“The level I’m playing now is a massive step-up,” Rollins added.
“You look around and see it straight away.
“The opposition and my teammates are all a better standard and you don’t want to feel left out – you work hard to make sure you can help the team out.”
Rollins netted six times in 34 appearances for Boston, which included 28 starts.
However, he is adamant he needs to find the net more next season.
He added: “I always want to get better and better myself.
“I think I could have scored a few more last season. I look at the season and think of the chances I could have scored.
“I definitely want more next season.”