After signing a new deal with North End, Daniel Johnson feels there is still more to come from him at Deepdale.
The midfielder signed a new contract keeping him at the club until at least the summer of 2019, and the 23-year-old was pleased to get the deal done.
"I've been wanting this to get sorted for a long time now and it's finally sorted. It takes a lot of pressure off me now and I can just concentrate on my football.
"It's been a really good 18 months or so for me, I've really enjoyed every single minute so far and hopefully I can kick on now this season.
Speaking of the team spirit in the dressing room, Johnson continued: "It's brilliant, we didn't get off to the best of starts this season but you come in every single day smiling and buzzing becuase we know it's only the start of the season and we've still got a long way to go.
"It just shows the togetherness that this football club has got between the players and the staff.
"We are not going to not lose another game this season or have difficult games but the last two games have shown our quality and what we can do and hopefully we can just kick on and continue that."
After joining from Chesterfield in January 2015, 'DJ' feels he has improved greatly as a player, and he feels that's largely down to the management of PNE boss Simon Grayson.
"I've been working with the players and the manager for over a year now and I've really enjoyed it. I think he [Simon Grayson] is a really good manager and he gets the best out of me so there is no doubt that my first thoughts were signing here.
"He has brought a lot to my game that I wouldn't say I didn't think I had, but I can actually see the difference now that I probably couldn't see a year and a half ago. He has improved me a lot.
them so there's definitely more to come." achieve"There's always more to come, there's always room to improve and I have set myself some goals this season and I want to