DANNY Spendlove says the best is yet to come from him after his electric display almost spearheaded a dramatic Wealdstone comeback in Sunday's FA Cup defeat to Rotherham United.
The blonde haired winger came on with 30 minutes left and wasted a wonderful opporunity to level when Gordon Bartlett's men trailed 2-1. However, he picked his head up and continued to cause the Rotherham defence plenty of problems with his menacing pace, balance and vision.
"I'd done all the hard work but just dragged my shot wide", he said. "It's just one of those things and I'll be re-living that moment in my head for the next month, When I'm in the side I need to shoot more and I'm sure things will come good for me.
"We had other chances to score late on and, on another day, one would have gone in but it just wasn't to be."
Spendlove has battled back from a niggling knee injury this season but finds himself out of the first team picture due to the consistent form of Mark E'Beyer. However, he has taken heart from his display after coming off the bench on Sunday and says fans should expect to see more of the same from him when he gets the chance.
"I can honestly say that I don't think I've had an outstanding game since I've been here," he added, candidly. "But I was happy with the way things went for me on Sunday and I've got to keep proving to the manager and my team-mates what I can do."