ALUN Rossiter’s latest signing, Rasmus Jensen believes he can still improve as a Swindon rider and is looking forward to testing himself in the SGB Premiership.

The Dane has got off to a hot start in Swindon colours, but says he is yet to hit top gear, despite scoring a paid 26 from his two Robins outings so far.

After making his first appearance in the Bank Holiday Monday home meeting against Poole Pirates – and scoring 14+1 from six outings – Jensen bagged 11 from five rides on Thursday night, much to the delight of an Abbey faithful that are falling more in love with charismatic Dane after every lap.

Jensen also revealed he is a big fan of the ever-improving Abbey track and enjoys circuits where he can wind it on, as opposed to the tight technical tracks that he has ridden on in Edinburgh.

Delighted with the start he has made for the Robins, Jensen said: “I couldn’t ask for anything better in my first two meetings.

“I’m still trying to learn how to set the bikes up properly, I made a couple of mistakes in the third ride (against King’s Lynn), but I’m still learning and it’s really good to be here.

“The shape of the track really suits me, and the track was much better this week.

“It’s one of the tracks that I prefer, especially if you compare it to the tighter tracks like Edinburgh. And now I’ve got to go to Wolves too.

“As I’ll be entering most of the tracks for the first time, we’ll see how it goes, but if I can put in a good performance at home every week and put in some decent ones in the away meetings, then I think I can be really happy with that.”

Following the aforementioned dream debut on Monday May 27 against Poole, Jensen’s move was confirmed by the BSPA a day later, as he replaced the inconsistent Dawid Lampart at number five.

Excited to finally link up with Rossiter after years of nearly moments, Jensen has had very little go wrong in the embryonic stages of his Robins career.

However, the 25-year-old did feel aggrieved with himself for letting Michael Palm Toft best him in Thursday night’s affair, something he admitted he is not keen to let happen too often.

Reflecting on signing a deal to remain at the Abbey until the end of the season, Jensen said: “It wasn’t much different to last week.

“I knew Rosco wanted me on board, so I didn’t really think much about being signed.

“I had a decent meeting again (on Thursday) where I dropped one point that I shouldn’t have, but other than that, it was pretty good.

“You always hate to lose to another Danish guy, which I did in that race.

“It’s always a ding-dong battle with Danes when you’re abroad, but you always want to do better of course.”