Despite finding the target six times this season and starting every match since the beginning of September, Kyle Wootton feels there is still more to come from him.
The forward netted twice at Ebbsfleet in the Emirates FA Cup last week and has become a key man in our strikeforce, offering a different dimension to our attacking play.
But he’s not resting on his laurels at all.
“I have settled in nicely but I have more to give,” Wootton revealed.
“There is always room for improvement. I’m not one to sit back and say that’s me done – I always want to keep fighting and pushing on.
“I think there is definitely more I can do in a goal-scoring sense.
“I am doing my job for the team and have got to keep working hard in training – you will see there’s more to come from me.”
The 23-year-old is enjoying his relationships with manager Neal Ardley and fellow strikers Nathan Tyson, Kristian Dennis and Wes Thomas.
“The gaffer has worked with me on certain areas and it has benefited me in my performances and goals,” said Wootton.
“He’s changed a few things that I’ve never been shown before and I couldn’t be happier.
“All of the forwards have a good link and know what is expected of us.
“It’s brilliant to have the mix of youth and experience and the gaffer is blending it together really well at the moment.
“I feel like I have good partnerships with each of them and, even though it’s been a tough time for him with injuries, Tys has never shown any frustration and has been brilliant with the lot of us.”
Fourth placed Barrow visit Meadow Lane on Saturday and Wootton thinks it will be an entertaining fixture.
“They’ll come at us but, as the home team, we’ll take the game to them,” he said.
“We’ll give it a right good go and their attacking style should make it an exciting, end-to-end match.
“It is a big game because they’re in the play-offs and will provide a real test, but I fancy us against anyone.
“We’ve worked on a gameplan and are just trying to get the three points.”
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