Tony Pulis insists that Stoke have not yet seen the best of striker Kenwyne Jones.
The 25-year-old Trinidad and Tobago international, who cost the Potters a club-record £8million in the summer, has found form in recent weeks after an injury-hit start to his Stoke career.
Jones has scored in each of Stoke's last three games, with his surge to form coinciding with two wins and a draw for the Potters.
And after such a dreadful start for Pulis' men, who lost their first three games in the Premier League, Jones has already started to pay back some of his hefty fee.
But with more games under his belt, Pulis believes there is still more to come.
"Kenwyne's got all the tools to be an outstanding player for this club," said Pulis.
"Three goals in his last three games have helped his confidence, but I firmly believe there is a lot more to come from the lad.
"We still think he can get fitter, he can be a lot sharper, and if he manages to do that, then he will be a real handful for defenders.
"Having said that, he's worked really hard to overcome the injury setback and he has worked well with the other players too, so we're delighted with the impact he has already made.
"He is a fantastic signing for this club."