SAM Hagon feels he is moving in the right direction as he aims to help Oxford Chargers complete a perfect week tonight.

The development team are in Manchester to face Belle Vue Colts, 48 hours after beating Plymouth Centurions 50-39 at Sandy Lane.

After blowing an engine in Chargers’ opening fixture away to Berwick, Hagon registered three points from four rides on his Oxford Stadium debut a month ago.

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The 17-year-old has since reverted to equipment he used last season and collected ten points on Wednesday evening.

And Hagon hopes he can carry that form into another National Development League fixture.

“Losing the engine at Berwick wasn’t ideal and I’ve been struggling a bit in Poland too,” he said.

“I’m still learning, and this stage of my career is all about development.

“I’ve made a few changes to my equipment over the winter and have since reverted to what I was using last year.

“I feel my starts are improving as a result, which is so important in speedway.

“I’m hopeful some steady improvements will help me get to where I want be in the coming months.”