Celtic midfielder Barry Robson is determined to hit his 'peak' at Parkhead this season.
The 29-year-old impressed last term after moving from Dundee United in January as the Bhoys reinforced on their way to lifting a third successive SPL title.
But Robson insists he has more to offer and he is determined to hit top form as Celtic bid to defend their crown.
Robson fired Celtic's penalty shoot-out winner over St Mirren at the weekend and he is promising manager Gordon Strachan more of the same.
"This season I want to be right at the peak of my game," he said.
"Because I worked hard, I played for the team and, yes, I contributed in other ways and played quite well, people praised some of my performances.
"But I wasn't at the peak of my game and that's the aim for this season, to play at the best of my ability.
"That's something that I have to achieve now and I am under the right coaching staff here to help me do that."
Robson also believes that Strachan has helped his development and he is eager to continue learning under the former Scotland international.
"You have to be at your very, very best every time you pull on the green and white hoops," Robson added.
"For me, it's something that's inside me. I want to do well, as well as I can, and I have always had that in me. I feel that I am becoming a better player.
"I have been working with the manager over the past few weeks to try to do that."