Cammy Devlin has enjoyed his start to life at Tynecastle but insists there's plenty more to come from him and the team in the coming weeks and months.
The Aussie midfielder produced another impressive display in the heart of the maroon midfield in Saturday's 2-0 victory over Motherwell. The Jambos sit in second place heading into the international break and remain the only undefeated team in the cinch Premiership.
“We’re top of the table in a tough league and it's so good. The gaffer spoke to us after the game about how well we’ve been doing as a group, it doesn’t matter if you’re in the squad or not, we’re all together," said Cammy.
“We’re not resting on that though. It’s been a good start but it’s only 8 games in and we’re just going to knuckle down.
“We’ll go to Ibrox next which will probably be our biggest challenge of the season so far. It’ll be tough but we go there with full confidence and I’ll thrive off that."
Cammy has struck up a fine central midfield relationship with fellow new arrival Beni Baningime with the pair instantly establishing themselves as fan favourites thanks to to their all-action displays. Cammy, however, is adament he still has more to offer.
“I’ve come to Scotland I'm doing everything I can to adapt. I'm doing well but I want to get better, 100% I want to improve on a lot of parts of my game and help the team as much as I can.
“As for me and Beni, we kind of understand each other’s game and bounce off each other. We don’t really have to communicate too much, it’s mainly eye contact and stuff like that. We’re starting to get our combinations going but obviously with the squad we have, anyone who steps in can do a job. It’s me and Beni at the moment and we’ll keep going."