HE may have just been voted player of the month – but Antonio Kaufusi insists there is still a lot more to come from him.
The former Melbourne Storm, North Queensland and Newcastle Knights prop put in some storming performance for London Broncos during February.
But as far as the 27 year old Tongan-Australian is concerned, he is only just getting going with the Stoop side.
He said: “I don't feel I've hit he ground running, and I'm still a little way from where I want to be. I joined up late for pre-season, so I'm still a few weeks off being at my best.
“But they are a great bunch here and I have settled in well, as have the rest of the Aussie lads. There has been a big turnover of players, but the more we play and train together, the more we will learn each others' games.”
Kaufusi reckons there is more to come from the Broncos too, who finally ended their wait for a Super League win with a 44-16 win over Castleford on Saturday.
Tries from David Howell (2), Dan Sarginson, Craig Gower, Matt Cook, Jason Golden, Chris Bailey and Chris Melling meant a first victory of the season at the fifth attempt, ahead of this weekend's trip to Wigan.
Kaufusi added: “There's a lot more to come from us. We didn't start the season as well as we would have liked, and we have been a bit on edge, so we did feel some relief at finally winning.
“We've stuck to the our game plan and the way we want to be playing, and it's great to have that first win under our belts as it won't be playing on our minds now.”