Last Updated: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 13:13
Steven Whittaker is delighted with his form for Norwich and claims there is still more to come as he builds up his match sharpness.
The Scotland defender, who signed from Glasgow Rangers in the summer, has endured a frustrating start to his career with the Canaries as an ankle injury sidelined him from pre-season until the end of last month.
However, having now got his Premier League debut under his belt, Whittaker has enjoyed a run of games for Chris Hughton's side while he also featured for the full 90 minutes of Scotland's friendly international win in Luxembourg last week.
And, despite Saturday's 1-0 win against Manchester United, meaning Norwich have only conceded one goal since he stepped into the side, Whittaker is adamant that there is still more to come from him.
Ahead of the trip to Everton this weekend, he told the Eastern Daily Press: "It's my fourth game now I think, so I'm getting that little run in the team and the results have been good, so it's happy times now and hopefully we can keep it going."
Whittaker added: "I felt OK (on Saturday), and I've got another week until the next game now so I've got plenty of time to recover.
"I think I can still get a little bit fitter but I'm feeling OK with my game and hopefully I'll keep improving. I'm loving every minute to be honest. It's an all new experience for me and I'm loving playing against the quality of the players I'm coming up against and enjoying playing with the guys as well."
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