BIG Ben Roarty feels there's still a lot of work to be done before he reaches his peak with Huddersfield Giants.
The 27-year-old 6ft 2in, 16st Australian back-rower deservedly took the man-of-the-match award for a typically powerful display in the win over Doncaster.
But he admits there's a lot more still to come before he reaches his full potential.
And with Sunday's big home clash with the Bradford Bulls and then the quarter-final against York ahead, he hopes his top form comes sooner rather than later.
"I have to admit I'm still working towards getting my full fitness," he said.
"Form obviously comes with fitness, so hopefully I'll keep on improving.
"I realise there's still work to be done, and I intend to put in that work. The rewards for doing so can be immense.
"We've got a massive few weeks ahead and that will act as a major source of motivation.
"We know we'll all need to be at our best for the Bullsnext weekend, but I also know we'll need to be at our best when we face York.
"They've definitely not got to the quarter-finals because they're a bad side.
"They will present us with a genuine challenge, just like Doncaster did yesterday.
"They didn't make it at all easy for us, but we knew if we played the majority of the game good we'd win. That's what happened."