Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall believes there is more to come from The Reds ahead of the clash with Hull City on Saturday.
Forest defeated Burton Albion 2-0 last Saturday and Worrall, who penned a new contract this week, says The Reds are improving.
He said: "There is still more to come from me and the team. A few results haven't gone our way and we have been disappointed, especially a few of the homes games. But there is more to come and we are all looking forward to it.
"We feel like we are improving. We beat Sheffield United before the international break and then I don't think we played too badly against Derby, obviously the goals were disappointing to concede. Then against Burton we played well and got the win but Hull will be a different test again.
"The manager has installed his philosophy on us and I think the fans see that as well. There can be frustration with the way we have conceded some goals, we see it just as much as the fans do, but we are really gelling. We have come through a tough pre-season away in America and come back and picked up some good results.
"Hull are a top team so it should be a fast game. They have scored a lot of goals, but so have we so it could be a great game."