Portsmouth's hat-trick hero Aruna Dindane believes there is more to come from him following his heroics in the win over Wigan.
The Ivory Coast international was the star of the show as Pompey registered their first home win of the campaign with a 4-0 demolition of Wigan at Fratton Park.
Dindane thanked his team-mates for helping him settle into life in England.
"I am happy because I scored three goals and we won 4-0," said Dindane.
"I have tried to work hard since I came here and [Saturday] I think was a reward for everything.
"I was pleased with the all-round team performance. I can be happy and confident for the next game. I feel all right. It's my first hat-trick in England.
"Everyone at the club has helped me so much and we can do better."
Dindane's team-mate Younes Kaboul is confident the loan signing from Lens will prove a handful for opposition defences.
"He is strong, he's a danger for the defence and if he continues like this, he will score more goals," noted Kaboul.
"When you win you feel happy. Your life is different. You wake up in the morning, you smile. You only feel like this when you win. You're happy. It's simple."