QPR defender Nedum Onuoha believes the club are starting to see the very best of Yeni Ngbakato.
The Congolese midfielder scored one and assisted two in Saturday's 5-1 win over Rotherham United.
Since Ian Holloway's return as manager, Ngbakato has had a more prominent role and say in the starting line-up, having a bigger influence on the outcome.
And Onuoha admits he's still getting used to how the attacking star plays, depending on the opposition faced.
"Yeni’s a really good player and has been the whole season, it’s just now he’s getting a run of games and he knows exactly what his role is," said Onuoha.
"When you have that sort of ability and you know what’s being asked, you can achieve it and your true colours can really come out.
"Some people can come to a club and do really well straight away – some of that’s just off the cuff and general brilliance, you could say.
"It’s probably the same for all the players – everybody comes in and you learn how they play.
"I’m still learning how Yeni plays and he’s still learning how I play but as every day passes on the training field, you become more accustomed to it and you know what everyone’s strengths and weaknesses are.
"I’d expect plenty more to come from Yeni, I think he’s an exciting player and the club will really appreciate him for many years to come."