Perth Glory's marquee man Mile Sterjovski insists he has not shown the A-League what he is capable of. The former Lille and Derby County forward has netted just twice in the opening eight matches of the season and admits that he has not yet been at his best.

But the Australian international plans to change that as the Glory continue their rise up the A-League table.

"I'm happy that I've contributed to a lot of our goals but I think I'm only playing at 50 to 60 per cent," Sterjovski said.

"I feel like there is a lot more to come from me and also the team.

"We're not playing particularly well but it is a good sign that we're equal top of the table and we haven't hit top gear yet.

"There are good times coming ahead."

The Glory host bottom side North Queensland Fury at Members Equity Stadium this Saturday October 3 - kick-off is at 3:30pm local time (5:30pm AEST).