MATTY Dawson says he’s settled in well at Saints and is looking forward to a big season.The 23-year-old winger made his bow against Batley and returned in James Roby’s Testimonial match with Wigan.And whilst he enjoyed the hit out, he knows he needs to keep his head down and carry on learning and working.“It’s probably fair to say I didn’t go too well in my first stint in the game against Batley but I found my feet a little more in the second,” he said. “I released I needed to put my hand up more, come in and take some work off the forwards and I did that. It is something I need to work on.“I got the opportunity to play against Wigan and I thought I did much better. I know need to keep on learning and take it forward. I’m pushing hard for a place in the first team but realise there’s a lot of work ahead.“I took a knock to the head in that game but that’s part and parcel of it. It was strapped up and I carried on. It was a good experience. The lads said it wouldn’t be a friendly and they were right and the crowd were really I into it. I enjoyed it but now the work begins for the season ahead.”Saints kick off their Super League season with a trip to Warrington this Thursday before hosting Hull FC on Friday February 21.Tickets for those games and many more are available from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or by logging on here.