Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Kemy Agustien expects his own form to improve as the season progresses.
The 27-year-old has started the last four games after joining from Swansea.
He told BBC Sussex: "I am still not happy with how it goes. I am making progress with the team and that is the main thing.
"The staff and the players have all been brilliant with me and the only thing I can do is work hard and show what I can do in training and games."
The Dutchman added: "I have my own stuff that I want to take care of but it can only help if I am willing to help the team.
"I feel really happy at the moment, because I am playing at the moment and we are winning. That makes everything easier."
The Seagulls started the season with three straight defeats but have won their last two matches.
"I knew before I came here that Brighton were a good team already," Agustien added. "They were unlucky last season.
"The first couple of games were always going to be hard because you need to get used to each other, the manager [Oscar Garcia] and everything.
"We have done well in every game we have played but we were unlucky with some bits and pieces.
"The main thing is we stick together as a team and keep going forward. That's what we need to do and we won the last couple of games."