Kansas City Chiefs starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes has accomplished quite a bit atop the NFL level in a very short period of time while it appears as though the veteran signal-caller remains on track to one day make an appearance in Canton.

However, Mahomes believes that there is still a lot that he can improve moving forward despite already winning an NFL MVP award, Super Bowl MVP, and Super Bowl title with the Chiefs.

“There's still so much I can improve,” Mahomes recently said, via CBS Sports. “The mental part of the game, you learn more and more every single year you're in the NFL, especially at the quarterback position. You learn from reps, you learn from seeing different stuff, and we understand defenses are going to keep throwing different stuff at us and combat the stuff we do so well.”

After serving as the backup to former Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in his first season as an NFL signal-caller, Mahomes then won the league's MVP award in his first full season under center. Not done just yet, even after some injury trouble derailed a small portion of his 2019 campaign, Mahomes led the Chiefs to the team's first Super Bowl title in 50 years en route to collecting a Super Bowl MVP award as well.

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“I'm going to keep trying to learn as much as possible,” Mahomes added, via CBS Sports. “I'm going to keep to drill in the fundamentals. I really have only been playing quarterback for six or seven years. It's not like I've been playing for a very long time at the position, so I'm going to do whatever I can to try and get better and better at the fundamentals.

“When stuff breaks down, I can go back to where I kind of learned how to freestyle play and to let that succeed. I'm excited for this challenge of trying to make myself better and trying to be the best football player I can be.”

Even with the upcoming 2020 campaign currently in flux due to the ongoing “coronavirus” pandemic, Mahomes hit yet another milestone this offseason as the Chiefs agreed to sign him to a contract extension worth more than $500 million, a pact that set all sorts of different records both at the NFL level and throughout the North American sports landscape.

If the 2020 campaign does go on as scheduled, Mahomes and the Chiefs will once again enter the year as the favorites to come out of the AFC.