Manchester United overseer David Moyes has warned that Robin van Persie is set to get even better as he follows down more medals.
The deadly Dutchman assisted United to a 13th Premier association crown last time of the year, but that achievement was his first title triumph in English football.
Surrounded by team-mates who have developed accustomed to lifting major silverware, Van Persie is very resolute to make the most of the opportunity offered to him at Old Trafford.
He has already justified the £24million United paid Arsenal for his services in 2012, with 30 goals in his debut campaign setting down him a Golden Boot.
If a two-goal showing against Swansea town on the opening day of the 2013/14 campaign is any thing to proceed by, on the back of a brace in the Community Shield, more of the identical can be anticipated this period.
Moyes is assured that will be the case, with the new man at the Red Devils helm disclosing that Van Persie has the hunger to take his game to another grade.
He said: "I wish he can. With his know-how, I wish so. His goals against Swansea were peak goals, of a peak goalscorer.
"The performance of the group, we can play better, but I considered the finishes made the distinction.
"It is hard for Van Persie to stay on top pattern. I said to the players the other day, 'You know, how many medals had they won?'
"Giggsy had won 13, rather a few of them had won five or six and Robin said he's only won one.
"So the dispute is for Robin to keep endeavouring to win medals, and I believe he's got it. I believe he's propelled to do it, he likes to succeed and I've been actually impressed by him in his teaching and firm pledge and in trying to advance himself."