QPR's Yeni Ngbakoto looked to be back at his best after scoring for DR Congo in a friendly against Botswana.

The 25-year-old winger was on target in his country's 2-0 victory last night.

Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe got the first goal after secen minutes, before Ngbakoto sealed the win on 55 minutes.

The wide-man is rumoured to be unsettled in London following a turbulent first year at the club, and reports have suggested that he may be on the lookout for a move back to France this summer.

He opted to join the West London side despite interest from Toulouse and a number of other Ligue 1 clubs, who are thought to be interested in offering the DR Congo international a return to France this summer.

It remains to be seen whether the winger is seen as part of manager Ian Holloway's plans for next season, as he and Director of Football Les Ferdinand start to forge their plans for the upcoming campaign.

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If deemed surplus to requirements, the club would be likely to want to recoup the fee they paid under a year ago.

N'Gbakoto made 26 appearances for the R's last season scoring four goals.