QPR forward Conor Washington is hoping to be the main man at Loftus Road next season after admitting he wants to be a reliable source for the side's goals.

The forward, who signed for the Hoops for £2.5m from Peterborough United, hasn't quite hit the heights expected of him in terms of goals scored, but is keen to show what he can do this term.

Speaking exclusively to Get West London he said: "I haven’t set a numerical target for myself, just to get into the team, and be an integral part of it really.

"To be the person we rely on for goals, that’s what I’ve always wanted so that’s what i’m hoping to do."

The 25-year-old admitted that operating from the left flank isn't his best position for getting on the score-sheet, but said that he's happy to play wherever he can to help the team's cause.

He said: "In my career when I've scored goals I've played in a two mostly, but that’s not how we do it here.

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"So I just want to get in the team and to try and score from anywhere I can."