Ricky Miller is happy with the way he is adapting to life in the Skrill Premier.
After playing a handful of matches for Corby Town last season, the striker is enjoying his first full campaign at this level.
But the forward - who has grabbed eight goals to date - believes he can continue to improve.
“Of course I want to score more,” Miller told The Standard.
“But this is my first full season at this level.
“I’ve also won four or five pens and overall I’m pleased with my contribution, but I know I can always do more.”
Manager Dennis Greene has made no secret of his attempts to turn the pacy forward into more of a team player.
But Miller is pleased with his new-found role, adding: “Every week he (Greene) works on things with me.
“I’m 24 and I want to keep improving.
“Anything he can add to my game, I’m going to listen to him and do it.”