WATCH: Andrew Conway believes there is plenty more to come

Munster and Ireland back Andrew Conway believes he is a more mature player than the one that joined the province six years ago.

Speaking at event for Lifestyle Sports in his capacity as Brand Ambassador, Conway added that he is also enjoying his rugby more now than when he broke into the Leinster set up as a teenager back in 2010.

Conway put in a superb performance in Ireland’s last Autumn International when he scored a hat trick against the USA and continued that fine form with another two tries in Munster 44-14 victory over Edinburgh on Friday. Despite the excellent form so far this season, he believes that he is yet to hit his peak.

“I’m playing alright but i want to be involved in the teens with carries, setting lads up and not just going getting out there and getting the ball when it comes to my wing and chasing high ball when it’s a box kick or whatever.

“I want to put my stamp on games and if i can continue to do that, then I think I will be playing the best rugby of my career.”

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