NARRM midfielder Liv Purcell hasn’t wasted any time in reminding fans just what she can bring on the footy field.

After nearly 12 months on the sidelines with an ACL injury, Purcell returned to AFLW in Round 7 of Season Six.

And while she did have a strong return in the back end of last season, it’s been her start in Season Seven that’s turning heads, with the midfielder arguably back to her best.

The All-Australian has hit the grounding running, leading the Dees in average disposals (23.7) and helping her side to an undefeated start.

Following an impressive outing in Narrm’s Round 3 win over St Kilda, Purcell said she felt more comfortable in her role after a whole pre-season under her belt.

“It’s been really nice to have a full, proper pre-season and it’s the second season playing with the girls, so I think we’ve jelled well at the moment,” Purcell told Melbourne Media.

“As a midfield unit and across all lines, we’ve got a really good connection.

“We’re still really new to each other so each game we’re getting to know each other better and it’s been really fun to play in.”

The Demons are sitting on a perfect run in their season seven campaign, but have their eyes set on producing a consistent four quarters.  

“We were happy with our progress from last week, so you’ve got to take the four points and the win but there’s a lot to take away from that game,” Purcell said.

“It was a super start and that was our intention, and I think we delivered with our hunt and intensity.

“From last week, we said we wanted to step that [communication] up for this week and I think really early on and throughout the game, we were really chatting a lot, really talkative and owning what we do as a midfield which was really nice.

“We just want to make sure we keep that up for the four quarters.

“[In the last three quarters] we obviously didn’t impact on the scoreboard like we wanted, we still had ten behinds, we were wishing they were goals, but it can’t always be perfect footy.

“We can go away from that and work on ways to be better in our offence."

The Demons will now look towards its next challenge, the top side in the Brisbane Lions.

Narrm will host Brisbane at Casey Fields on Sunday 18 September, with the first bounce scheduled for 4:10pm.

Fans wanting to get amongst the game day action can purchase tickets to the match here.