We continue our analysis of the first team with a look at creative members of the squad pushing for a starting spot in the league.
It wasn't the ideal start for the Polish winger who was introduced in the first half against the league's best side Newcastle United. It took a while for him to get warmed up but he grew into the league, and looked like a good signing for the most park.
Like many players in the squad, consistency will be key going into next season and he'll certainly need to improve on his assist tally of three, but if the team sets up to play to his strengths, he could be a big player for QPR next season.
A player who very much divides opinion. What Mackie lacks in technical ability he more than makes up for in work-rate and influence on the field. The club were right to keep him on next season as he will be a huge part of the squad, and a big character in the changing room. But for me he's not good enough to be a regular starter and the club should be looking for a player with better quality if they are to improve on last season.
It's been a tricky start to life in London for Ngbakoto following a series of niggling injuries and the death of his father in the early parts of the season. Settling into a new country, and in particular doing so in a relentless league such as the Championship was always going to have it's difficulties, but Ngbakoto has done alright considering.
He's shown in glimpses what he's capable of and i fully believe that with a full pre-season under his belt he could be a big player for the club next season. Reports current suggest that he is still unsettled in England, and If so he may look for a move back to France, but I for one would love to see him show everyone what he's capable of on a more regular basis next season.
A player who is extremely raw but could be an exciting option. Former manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink gave him his chance, something which he hasn't really had since under Ian Holloway. His no-nonsense style of wing play looks dangerous and if given a chance, he is the kind of player who could make an impact, if he's shown some faith during pre-season.
Certainly an area where i can see improvements being made. Jamie Mackie and Olomide Shodipo aren't nearly good enough for the week-in-week-out of the Championship, which puts a lot of pressure on Ngbakoto and Wszolek, and that's assuming they both stay at the club.
Both of these players have the potential to make a big impact but this depends on how likely Ian Holloway is to utilise their threat down the flanks, which at present seems the logical way to set the team up with such ability down the flanks, and also with a target-man such as Matt Smith at the club.
I'd expect to see one or two creative players joining the club during the summer if QPR are to improve their record in front of goal.