Swansea City midfielder Conor Gallagher insists he can do better as he progresses in the Championship following a loan move from Chelsea in January.
Gallagher, who joined the Swans on loan until the end of the season, has featured six times for the South Wales club, starting every game.
The 20-year-old midfielder was recalled by his parent club in January after an impressive loan spell at Lee Bowyer’s Charlton Athletic earlier this season, scoring six goals as an ever-present member of the starting XI for the Addicks.
Speaking to Swansea’s official website, Gallagher said: “I think there’s improvement there for sure. I’m looking forward to showing more of what I can do.
“I feel like I did quite well against Hull and got a couple of assists, but I’d still like to do better.”
The England under-21 international was also part of the England under-17 side who won the World Cup under current Swansea City boss Steve Cooper.
Gallagher, who plays alongside familiar faces in former Chelsea defender Marc Guehi and England team-mate Rhian Brewster, registered two assists in an instrumental performance in an entertaining 4-4 draw against Hull City last time out.
Despite registering six assists for Swansea City so far this season in their bid to keep their promotion chase alive, the midfielder is yet to find the net for the club this season.
Cooper will be hoping the talented midfielder can re-discover his goalscoring touch in the remaining 13 games of the campaign, with the visit of relegation-threatened Huddersfield Town next up at the Liberty Stadium.