AMARI’I Bell feels he will only get better with Nuneaton Town after his impressive debut.
The 19-year-old won rave reviews for his performance in the 1-0 win at Macclesfield Town on Saturday, but he believes there is plenty more to come.
He said: “I can definitely improve. I think I can do better with the ball in the games where we have more of it.
“Hopefully I can I get a few goals as well. It was a good game and great to get 90 minutes on my debut. The result was great.
“Along with the FA Youth Cup it’s the first time I’ve played in front of a big crowd. It was fun.
“The game was a lot more physical than the Under-21s league but this is proper football and it’s a good part of my development.
“It’s nice people said I played well but I was disappointed with some bits. There was a bit at the end where I took a poor touch and they could have scored from it.
“I need to minimise those mistakes in my game.”
Bell, on loan from Birmingham City, played as a left wing-back – a role he is familiar with and happy to play.
“I’ve played there quite a few times because Birmingham like to use that formation. I have to work hard playing there but to do anything in football you have to work hard. I’m willing to do that.”
Bell looks certain to keep his place on Tuesday night when Boro take on Forest Green Rovers at the Sperrin Brewery Stadium.
Even though they won their opening Skrill Premier 8-0 against Hyde, Bell feels Nuneaton can still beat Rovers.
“It will probably be a much more difficult game on Tuesday but if we keep communicating and stay on our game then we can really push them,” he said.