ANDY MORRISON reckons there is so much more to come from Connah’s Quay Nomads.

Nomads are unbeaten in 10 Cymru Premier outings, a run which has seen Morrison’s men climb to second in the table, one point shy of leaders Barry Town United.

But Morrison feels that his side are still capable of making significant improvements.

“I honestly think we are at 60 per cent, maximum, at the moment and we are one point off top of the league and unbeaten in 10 games,” declared Morrison, whose side head to Cardiff Met tomorrow on the back of a 4-2 midweek home win over Caernarfon.

“I thought we showed some great little patches in the second-half where we moved the ball better and we opened them up and found spaces to be clinical,” continued Morrison.

“The frustrating thing was that we didn’t move the ball quick enough at times and we can improve and be better as a football club.

“I’m absolutely delighted to be heading to Cardiff Met on the back of a win because we set a points target and we are halfway there now.”

Morrison will be hoping stalwarts Danny Harrison and Callum Morris, pictured, are fit to return to his squad, along with wingers Ryan Wignall and Nathan Woolfe.

Barry put their unbeaten start to the season on the line at Colin Caton’s Bala tomorrow afternoon, while The New Saints will be looking to take advantage of any slips by the top two at second from bottom Penybont.