Allan Saint-Maximin is confident there is more to come from him after he lit up Newcastle's pulsating Premier League encounter with Leeds.
The mercurial Frenchman scored a stunning equaliser to hand the Magpies a 1-1 Premier League draw with Marcelo Bielsa's men on Friday evening, and might even have snatched victory at the death after treating the St James' Park faithful to a virtuoso display of high-octane dribbling.
Saint-Maximin has firmly established himself as the star of Steve Bruce's struggling team, but has been hampered since his £16million arrival from Nice by injuries and a bout of Covid-19, although he has played every minute of the new league campaign to date and already provided two goals and as many assists.
Allan Saint-Maximin says he (above) is confident there is more to come from him after he lit up Newcastle's pulsating Premier League encounter with Leeds
Saint-Maximin told NUFC TV: 'I'm really happy because the most important thing for me is to play and it's five games and five starts for me, so I'm really happy.
'I just want to keep going, to play, to start games. It's five 90-minute games, so I