Kemar Roofe: Oxford United signing keen to keep improving
Oxford United forward Kemar Roofe believes supporters are yet to see the best of him in a U's shirt.
Roofe moved to the League Two club from West Brom on a three-year deal in May following a successful fourth-month loan spell.
And the 22-year-old scored six goals in the final seven games of last season to become a favourite with the fans.
"I still don't believe I've played the best I can yet. I've still got more to come," he told BBC Radio Oxford.
"Every day at training I'm trying to improve and get better.
"I'll get better with the more games I play and I'll build a better relationship with the rest of the players."
Roofe opted to leave West Brom for Oxford following previous loan spells with Northampton, Cheltenham and Colchester.
He failed to make an appearance for the Baggies after graduating from the Premier League club's academy.
"I was stuck between the reserves and first-team football," he added.
"I'm at that stage of my career where I need to be playing regularly.
"I had the option to stay at West Brom for another year, but I wanted to play first-team football properly and Oxford offered me that. I just want to start now and get success."