GARY Rowett thinks his Burton Albion side can improve even further as they look to win a fourth game on the bounce this afternoon.
The Brewers face Morecambe at the Pirelli Stadium, kick-off 3pm, after three wins in three took them to sixth spot in League Two.
Albion have been in solid form – but Rowett thinks they can get even better as they aim to better last season’s appearance in the play-offs.
“I feel we’ve got more in us,” said the Brewers boss. “One or two can give us even more and I don’t think I’m being greedy.
“I still believe we can create more chances.
“If you look in the midfield area I think Chris Hussey has our highest assists so far with about 10.
“Players in and around these areas can come up with more end product.
“I still think our strikers can fire even more.
“Even more can come from Adam (McGurk) – there’s plenty more to come from him.
“Also, Billy (Kee) has struggled a little bit with the fact he’s not had a pre-season and has been in and out of the side because of suspension and injury.
“He can still get better this season.”
The Brewers have not been forced to use their squad as much of late, with a more settled first XI seeming to have emerged.
But the manager knows he can still call upon players on the bench to change games as and when he needs them.
He has backed both Dominic Knowles and Michael Symes to change a game with a goal in the near future.
“Because we’ve been going well recently, there hasn’t been as much need to use the players off the bench,” said Rowett.
“But there will be a time we need someone to come on and nick a goal to win us a game.
“Knowlesy will come on at some point and get us a goal, like Michael Symes did against Bury.
“I’m more than satisfied with our points taly and form we’ve showed in the last five games and last three in particular.”