Sunderland winger Ahmed Elmohamady has promised supporters there is more to come after scoring his first goal for the club against West Brom.
The Egypt international spent last season on loan at the Stadium of Light from ENPPI before making the move permanent over the summer.
His time on Wearside has been plagued by inconsistency but he feels his game is improving all the time.
And the 24-year-old admits he will take a lot of confidence from the equalising goal he netted at home to the Baggies last Saturday as he looks to make further progress.
He told The Journal: "This is my second season here now and it's been very good.
"I feel better than I did last season and in every game I learn something new, and feel more experienced in the Premier League. Everything here is very good. Sunderland as a club, with the fans, are very good.
"It was very good to get my first goal, I feel better for it. When you score, for any player, but me especially, it has given me a lot of confidence. There is more to come from me after this, definitely.
"When you play and score your first goal you want to do it again and hopefully I can do that."
Elmohamady has shown great versatility during his time with the Black Cats and believes he is learning how to play in the Premier League.
"I have had one-and-a-half seasons here now, I'm happy on the right of midfield, or attacking and defending as a right-back as well," he said.
"I'll get better as every game goes by in the Premier League but the games I've played so far, I feel I've done better than last season."