QPR striker Eberechi Eze has spoken of his delight at bagging the first professional goals of his career.

The youngster, who is currently on loan with Wycombe Wanderers, scored a spectacular double in Saturday's 3-1 win over Cambridge United, and the 19-year-old said he was buzzing to get on the scoresheet.

Speaking to Wycombe Wanderers' official website, he said: "It meant a lot to me. "They were my first goals in professional football and I thank God for that.

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“I’m just happy to get the win for the team – I’m buzzing for everyone.”

Eze went on to describe his goals, and praised the advice of midfielder Matt Bloomfield who told him to work closer to striker Adebayo Akinfenwa, and manager Gareth Ainsworth for helping him with the second.

He said: "For the first goal, it came down for me and I just thought I’d take a shot and it found the top corner. I watch Blooms a lot and he tells me to work off the big man – it’s a lot easier to have someone like him around and it means I can get high up the pitch.

“For the second one, I’d practised that shot in training with the gaffer. I’ve actually been working on putting power on my shots but I thought I could place this one and it went in.”