Louis Saha has promised Everton supporters that there is still much more to come from him in the future.
The France international, who joined the Toffees from Manchester United last summer, has enjoyed a productive debut season at Goodison Park.
Having been plagued by niggling knocks during his days at Old Trafford, the talented frontman has been able to remain relatively injury-free on Merseyside.
As a result he has been able to chalk up 25 appearances this term, although 14 of them have come from off the bench.
Saha is now hoping to force his way into David Moyes' starting XI on a more consistent basis, especially as the Toffees have an FA Cup final date with Chelsea to look forward to on 30th May.
"I do think that I can give a lot, lot more," he said.
"It has been a season with a bit of frustration, but I have managed to feature in most games so I am happy with it. But as a striker we want more goals and more assists, and that's what I am looking for."
Next up for Everton is a home date with West Ham on Saturday, with Saha hoping to be handed an opportunity to add to the two goals he scored against the Hammers in the return fixture back in November.
"It would be nice to do that again," he said on his performance in the 3-1 win at Upton Park.
"We are confident at home, we have great fans and are really hard to beat. And we show great power and desire."