It's a scary prospect when Melbourne young star Jesse Hogan says he believes that he can become an even better footballer.
In technically what was his first year as an AFL footballer, Hogan booted 41 goals for the season, but it was contested marking that was a feature of his game in 2015.
The 20 year old notched up 47 contested marks for the season, which was just one behind Geelong's Tom Hawkins and Gold Coast's Tom Lynch.
After a strong pre-season, Hogan believes that he can cause more headaches to opposition defenders than last year.
"I'm working a lot more on my marking and trying to take it to another level," Hogan told the club's website.
Hogan has managed to add considerable weight to his young frame and says that he is working on his endurance and strength over the pre-season.
"My running and strength is something I've been working on and I've put on a little bit of weight, so running with that is going to be a little different for me," Hogan said.
"I’m just working on anything and everything and just trying to improve."