Despite captaining the Robins to a 4-1 win over Notts County on Saturday, Ben Tozer still felt his team could have performed even better.
Bottom club Notts County were brushed aside for the second time this season thanks to goals from Will Boyle, Luke Varney, Billy Waters and substitute Tyrone Barnett at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium.
Tozer again caught the eye with a guiding performance in the middle of a back three and believed that there is more in the tank of this Robins side.
"I'd say the performance itself was satisfying but that was kind of about it," he said after the game.
"We got the result and dug in but we still weren't at our best in my opinion, but winning when you're not at your best is a good thing to do.
"We came in at half time at 2-0 up and we all said we can be better here. We need to be better because they're going to come out and be fighting for their lives. I think we dealt with that really well - the first 20 minutes of the second half we felt probably as comfortable as we've felt all game actually.
"It has put us in a more comfortable position, which is obvious from the table, and it's onto the next one."
That next one is a trip to Tozer's former club, Newport County, on Friday 15 March. For ticket information and to book away travel click here.
You can see more from Tozer's post-match interview by watching above on iFollow.