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Its only one eye bet if anyone can give me any tip's on how to make it look better.
eyeBALL - think of, or draw in the sphere of the eye, then cover it over with actual bits of flesh. It helps to think of the pieces in all dimensions.
Hmm, good start
It seems i just posted something recently that would be of help here......
Ah, found it, from Andrew Loomis's book "Drawing the Head and Hands"
As minigoth said, think of the lids wrapping around the ball of the eye. Also, the Iris (colored part of the eye) is too large. Rule of thumb is that you should be able to fit three irises across the width of the eyeball.
Also try and show the thickness of the lids, especially the bottom one, as it tends to catch light.
Hope this helps!
...my humble and uneducated opinion.