Welshman was on target yet again against Belgium on Tuesday.
In-form Arsenal midfield player Aaron Ramsey has claimed that there is still more to come from him, despite the outstanding start to the new season that the Welshman has made for both club and country, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
The goalscoring midfield player managed to score his tenth goal of the campaign in midweek when Ramsey netted a late equaliser for Wales in their impressive 1-1 draw with Belgium in Brussels in what was the visitors’ final FIFA World Cup qualifier.
And, as well as his impressive form as captain of his country, the 22-year-old has also been catching the eye for his club side as well since August.
In fact in total so far this season, Ramsey has managed to find the back of the net on eight occasions already in just 11 matches in all competitions for the Gunners, a run that also includes four strikes in his seven Premier League outings for the club.
However, the player says that he is not doing all that much different from the previous campaign in north London, when Ramsey recorded two goals in the entire season.
“In the past, I’ve got into positions like that and have not been so composed in front of goal,” said Ramsey.
“At the moment I am confident and I am composed in areas like that.
“At the back end of last season I noticed the change, I got my confidence back and started playing some good stuff.
“I’ve done nothing different. I’ve done shooting after training every day.
“Maybe I was a bit rash and rushed things instead of placing them and being calm in the situation which I am doing now.
“I think there is more to come. I am still only 22 and still need to learn a few more things which the bosses will inform me about, positioning and things like that defensively. So there is definitely more to come. I am looking forward to that.
“I think I can improve positionally when we don’t have the ball, when we are defending. Sometimes I’m not always where I need to be.
“I think for me to be playing well I need to be involved in the game and take games by the scruff of the neck and do my things that I have been doing.”