Adam Hammill believes there is still plenty more to come from him during his second season at Wolves.
The 23-year-old winger moved to Molineux during the January transfer window, having caught the eye during a two-year spell at Barnsley.
His experience of life in the Premier League is limited at present, with Mick McCarthy having handed him just nine outings so far.
The former Liverpool trainee is confident that he has the ability to shine at the highest level, though, and knows he will have to raise his game again in 2011/12 if he is to fulfil his potential.
"I am looking forward to getting going next season," Hammill told Wolves' official website.
"I had a taste of it in my first six months and I can't wait to get going and try and get in the team.
"I can only get better with the experience and from the games I did play I got an idea of what it's like to try and succeed in the Premier League.
"There are also another three wingers here who are top players so there's competition which is good and which is there throughout the team.
"If you have a bad game then you know you might not keep your place and know you've got to keep your levels week in, week out.
"It takes time when you come into a squad in January and you're getting to know the lads.
"Pre-season gives me the opportunity to get to know the lads even more and have more training and games to build up experience.
"I think I've learned a great deal about the lads and how they play since I arrived.
"It's good that I've now got a pre-season to get my confidence going and push on from there to try and win a place."