Speaking to the Tiser, he said: "League Two is very tight to play in and people tend to launch the ball so for me it is just a matter of showing composure and getting the ball down and trying to play.
"Playing for Iceland is a little less hectic because it is more technical football; people try to keep the ball for as long as they can. It is black and white really but League Two is a very hard league."
He adds: "My form is alright but I've got a lot more in the locker. Because I've been here and then away playing for Iceland you don't get that momentum playing for the team and obviously they haven't been doing great when I've been away.
"Now I'm going to get a few games on the bounce and that will help. Like I've said, I've a lot more to give and I hope I can show that in the coming games."