English golfer Ian Poulter has insisted that there is still room for improvement in his game.
In terms of titles and performances, 2012 has been the 36-year-old's most successful year on the circuit since he turned professional in 1995. He also played a key role in helping Europe retain the Ryder Cup at the expense of the USA in October.
However, Poulter feels that he cannot afford to believe that next year will not be even better.
"I would say that it's the most consistent year," he told the London Evening Standard. "I've had my best performances in the Majors, I've not missed a cut in 15 months, there was the Ryder Cup and the win the other week.
"It's been very steady. But I could have got more from my year. If in my head I say it's the best year of my career then I can only go downhill. I can improve, I still want more."
Poulter is ranked 13 in the latest world golf standings.