Danny Batth has told Wolverhampton Wanderers' official website that he feels he has plenty of development left to do as a player.
The 25-year-old has come through the ranks at Molineux to become captain of the first-team, but he is hoping that his progression continues.
The centre-back has recently been out injured, and his time on the sidelines gave him a chance to set some goals for the future.
Batth said: “Being out injured gives you a chance to reflect, set more goals and targets and look at what you maybe could have done better.
“For me I have seen how far I have come here at Wolves but I am still nowhere near where I want to be.
“There is still a lot of work to come – and that process goes on.”
Batth's intentions can only be a good thing for Wolves, as he already plays such a crucial role in their team.
When he was suspended, Kenny Jackett's men looked out of sorts, with their backline leaking goals over the early part of the campaign.
However, Batth's return to the starting line-up has sparked an upturn in the Midlands outfit's fortunes, and they are now lurking just outside the play-off places.
Wolves are unbeaten in their last four matches, and they return to action with a match against Derby County after the international break.