things I would do.
1. during day, take out the sleeping pouch sit in bed and talk or sing to him. IF he is NOT going to bite put my hand in the pouch and try to let him sleep with
my hand. but this depends on the bite factor, if he is scared enough to blood bite I would work on OTHER things first....
2. he takes the treat then runs...great start. NOW put your hand in front of your other hand with treat, MAKE him step on your hand to get to the treat.
LIVE mealworms are the best, paradisepets fishsticks on amazon also great.
so work at making him step on your hand, farther and farther each day or week or
month. FINALLY get him to get all the way on your hand to get to the treat, then
if he doesnt stay, next time before he can jump away turn away from cage once he is on your hand eating treat, he has nowhere to go. EVEN my scared female with stay on me for the LIVE mealworm. slowly and gently pet his back leg. go slow and low.
3. during day if he is going to jump out of the sleeping pouch, put bonding pouch in cage for him to sleep in, then when ready zip it up and wear for an hour
or so. he smells you and hears your heart.
4. at night when he comes to you have a few LIVE mealworms ready for him, he will spend alot more time with you then. give him a chance to get used to you.