Leroy Fer hopes to settle a family feud when QPR face Sunderland on Saturday.
Fer and FC Twente lost 1-0 at home to Vitesse Arnhem and Van Aanholt during the defender's loan spell from Chelsea.
After the former Blue’s £1.5m switch to the Black Cats in the summer, Fer prays it isn’t double Dutch defeat after he and Hoops capitulated to Nacer Chadli and Spurs on Sunday.
Chadli was also at Twente with Fer, and the Rs midfielder they called ‘The Bouncer’ back home admits ‘could do better’ should be written under his name after the 4-0 Sunday roast in north London.
He said: “I have to step up my game, because what I showed at Spurs wasn’t that good,” he admitted. “I had only trained three days before it, but that’s no excuse.
“I was one of the biggest strongest players at Feyenoord, that’s why I got the nickname. But in England, it’s different. There are bigger and stronger players than the Dutch League, and the Premier League is stronger than the Championship.
“But we have a strong squad, so we just need to regroup and when I play against my cousin, I plan to do better.”