Rogic has enjoyed a good run of form for club and country recently.
For club and country, the 23-year-old has scored four goals in his last three matches. And while he suggested that he was happy with how he has been playing, he is hoping to get even better.
"I'm not getting carried away but I'm pleased with the season to date, with my club and at international level," he told the Evening Times.
"But I still feel I have a lot to give and a lot more to improve on. I just have to keep working and hopefully that will happen."
Before the international break, Rogic sent a very clear message regarding his potential as he scored a stunning winner in the dying moments of the Hoops' Scottish Premiership clash with Kilmarnock.
With the victory extending Ronny Deila's side's lead over Aberdeen to four points at the top of the table, his sensational strike may well be looked back upon as one of the defining moments of the season, especially if the Bhoys return from the break and put a run of form together that seals the title and perhaps also wins them the Scottish Cup.
And Rogic will be hoping that any improvements he makes to his game will allow him to create several more moments like that while he is at Parkhead.