Brentford midfielder Ryan Woods may have been one of the club's best players so far this season but he is only focused on improving his game.
Bees fans polled by GetWestLondon placed the 22-year-old as the joint-second best player so far this campaign with John Egan. Dan Bentley edged the duo out.
Woods, while pleased to know how highly thought of he is at Griffin Park, is only concentrating on making his game better, which in turn will help Brentford.
He said: “I feel I've been doing okay this season. I was disappointed with the way it went against Fulham.
“It's about working hard in training, keep practising things that I'm not so good at as the other things I am good at.
“I want to make my left foot as good as my right foot. I want to improve on shooting.
“Those are things I'm looking at and make me better as a player and that'd be better for Brentford well.
“It's all about getting better for me. I've settled into the league now and I feel at home in this division.
“It's all about getting to the Premier League and that's only going to happen through hard work and putting in good performances in on a Saturday.”
Brentford travel to second bottom Blackburn on Saturday as they look to bounce back from the defeat to Fulham.
The Bees have been consistently inconsistent so far this season; winning six, drawing four and losing six and Woods knows putting a run together is crucial but difficult given how even most sides are.
“I think a massive thing in this league is consistency. I try and pride myself on being consistent and I'm sure that's what the other lads do as well,” he explained.
“The Championship is the most difficult and intense league in the footballing world to get out of and into the Premier League.
“Every team has good players and can beat each other. That's why consistency is a massive thing. If you turn up, you're more like tow in the match. It's finding the consistency.”
Over 300 Brentford fans have bought tickets for Saturday's trip to Blackburn and Woods was full of praise for the travelling supporters.
He said: “They've been brilliant all season so far, especially away from home. They create a good atmosphere for us and we appreciate the backing they give us. We're trying our best for them.
“We know they work to pay good money to watch us. It's about us making us Saturday. It ruins all of our weekends when we don't win – keep backing us and we'll try our best for them.”