Kiradech's optimism comes after he signed off his campaign with a final round one-under-par 71 with partner Thongchai Jaidee at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup on Sunday.
The Thais closed with a four-day total of 13-under-par 275, a result which saw them finish in tied-18th place alongside China, 11 shots behind world champions United States at the Mission Hills Resort in Hainan Island.
However, it was the experience of playing alongside the world's best players that included world number four Martin Kaymer of Germany in the third round that the 22-year-old believes he can only get better.
"It's a good week for me as I know what it's like to play at the highest level and also in a team event like the World Cup. Playing in such events will only make me a better player," said Kiradech.
Thongchai is also confident that Kiradech will have a bright future ahead after playing together with him for the first time over the last four days.
"I've always said that the World Cup is a good experience for Kiradech and I'm happy that he has learnt a lot this week," said Thongchai, a 13-time Asian Tour winner.
"Kiradech is a strong player and I believe he will become a superstar in Thailand soon," added Thongchai.
Singapore's Lam Chih Bing and Mardan Mamat closed with a 74 after rounds of 68, 75 and 65.
The Singaporeans conceded that the demanding foursomes format cost them dearly as it put them out of contention early.
"It's a tough format especially under these windy conditions. It was tough to get our balls close to the pins but overall, we are happy to be here, representing Singapore," said Mardan, who together with Lam, pocketed US$27,000 each for finishing in 26th place.
"We expected to do a little better but we got the opportunity to play against Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen, all four Majors champions and I think we can take a lot out of that," added Lam, a one-time Asian Tour winner.