Twickenham-based Mo Farah says there is more to come this year after breaking the national indoor 3,000m record.

Farah got his 2009 racing programme off to a flyer in Glasgow by shaving 0.1 seconds off John Mayock’s indoor UK best for the 3,000m and posting a new record of 7:40.99.

The 25-year-old will next be in action over 1,500m at the Aviva European Trials in Sheffield tomorrow before returning to the 3,000m at the Aviva Grand Prix in Birmingham on February 21.

After the disappointment of his failure to make last year’s Olympic 5,000m final, Farah is confident he can deliver in 2009.

Farah, the European 5,000m silver medallist, said: “The experience of just going to an Olympics and making the team certainly gives me positives to take away.

“I now know a bit more what to expect and what I need to do.

“After beating the 3,000m record, I’m looking forward to running the 1,500m in Sheffield. I believe I can go faster and will certainly be looking to beat the 3,000m mark again soon.

“As Sheffield is a trials event, there’s always a bit more pressure but I don’t let that bother me that much. I will take there what I learnt from Beijing and give it my best shot.”

Farah has also admitted he is enjoying working under the new endurance team at UKA, headed up by former Olympic bronze medallist Ian Stewart.

He added: “The new endurance set-up is going really well. I get on really well with Ian Stewart.”