SHANE Sutherland admits he can only get better.
The Elgin City striker fired a double as Elgin City came from behind to beat Berwick Rangers 3-2 last weekend.
Sutherland then earned the penalty which gave Paul Harkins the chance to secure the points.
The win stretched City’s unbeaten run to seven games and elevated them to second place in the League Two table.
And Sutherland, who is rebuilding his career with Elgin after being released by Inverness Caley Thistle at the end of last season, admits there is more to come from him and the team.
"It was great to get the two goals but the most important thing is the team, it doesn’t really matter who is scoring.
After breaking his league duck against Stirling in the 4-0 win at the end of September, Sutherland has now hit three goals in three games.
After six years at Caley and tasting SPL football latterly in his time there, Sutherland is rebuilding his career at Borough Briggs.