J.K. Dobbins had about as good of a rookie season as anyone could’ve asked. The former Ohio State running back quickly carved out a role on an incredibly talented Baltimore Ravens roster in his first year in the league.

It’s just the beginning for Dobbins, though. After one year with the Ravens, the running back is already looking forward to getting better.

On Monday, with Baltimore’s season now over after a 17-3 loss to the Buffalo Bills in the NFL Playoffs, Dobbins issued a “thank you” note to Ravens fans. And in that note, he’s vowing to get even better.

“Baltimore…Thank you for welcoming me with open arms in my first season here,” Dobbins wrote on Twitter. “I promise I will keep getting better and we have special things coming for many years! All love. See y’all next year!”

Dobbins ended his first NFL season with 805 yards and 9 touchdowns on 134 carries, maintaining a 6.0 yards per carry average. His 9 scores were the most by any rookie running back in Baltimore’s history.

Dobbins also recorded 18 catches for 120 yards.

In the 2020 NFL Draft, Dobbins was selected by the Ravens in the 2nd round out of Ohio State. He was taken with the No. 55 pick overall.