Tom Field knows there is plenty more to come after signing a new contract with Brentford.
The full back made his debut against Fulham last season, after Jake Bidwell's injury, and was highly impressive.
An injury hampered his progress this season and, after Callum Elder suffered a knock, he had to return to fitness while Andreas Bjelland and Yoann Barbet shared left back duties.
But Field is now back to full fitness and has made a positive impression in his recent games, overcoming a difficult spell against Cardiff to play a part in setting up the first equaliser, but he knows there is more to come.
“I think I'm doing well but there's plenty more to come, especially going forward like you saw today,” he said.
“It was an easy decision to sign a new deal. It's a club moving forward and I want to stay and progress here.
“It's been a long season for me so far. I got injured at the start of the season so I had to work really hard to get back into the team.”
Field will soon be vying with fellow 19-year-old Rico Henry for a spot in Dean Smith's side and he believes that competition will only make the club stronger.
He added: “It'll make us better in training and we'll push each other on. It's then up to the gaffer.”
The full back showed flashes of his potential against the Bluebirds with a double nutmeg key to setting up Sullay Kaikai's first equaliser.
“Cardiff was my first 90 minutes and that was good to get under my belt. It's my first season in the Championship so I just need to keep improving,” he added.
“It was a weird game to be involved in. We outplayed them in the first 20 minutes before the penalty and then we played their game. We came back and scored two goals.”
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