MARCUS Antonsson feels there is more to come from him despite netting three goals in five starts last month.

The Rovers striker found the net in wins over Rochdale, Scunthorpe and Rotherham in September and has already matched his tally of goals from his debut season in English football.

The 26-year-old endured a frustrating year at Leeds United last season following his move from Swedish side Kalmar but his season-long loan with Rovers has started in promising fashion.

The Swede has operated from the left of a front four in Rovers’ last two games and looks set to continue in that position when Rovers visit Oldham on Saturday.

On his recent performances, Antonsson said: “I feel that I’m on the right way and starting to feel more comfortable.

“I’m still not 100 per cent happy with my performance, I feel that I can be even better.

“I feel that I’m improving all of the time, especially coming in to good areas in the box and I’m sure there will be more goals.

“I know myself that one of my strengths is being in the right place to score the goals.”

Antonsson’s goal in the 3-0 win at Rochdale on September 9 ended an 11 month wait to find the back of the net.

The frontman has previously spoken of his relief at ending his drought but knows that he must continue to perform to keep his place given the options available in attack to Rovers boss Tony Mowbray.

“We have a really good squad and really competitive,” Antonsson added.

“Absolutely I need to be at my best, but that is good for the team and for Rovers that we have that good squad.

“Everyone needs to put in 100 per cent to stay in the team and I have no problems with that.

“I am a hardworking player and like to put in the work for the team.”

Prior to the international break Rovers recorded back-to-back home wins over Rotherham United and Gillingham and Mowbray’s men are unbeaten in their last four away games ahead of te trip to Oldham.

The free week saw Rovers slip to seventh in the table but Antonsson feels the squad will only improve given there were 13 new faces this summer.

“It’s a new group, a lot of new players, and you can’t just get going from day one,” he added.

“It will take a little bit of time to find the good place.

“We are improving and showing that we are going in the right way. It feels good.”