Josh Scowen has spoken out to assess his first six months at QPR, saying that he thinks the fans are seeing the best of him.

The midfielder became a crucial part of Ian Holloway’s plans from the first whistle, and says he feels there’s more to come.

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Speaking to Get West London, he said: “I think I settled in rather quickly. Obviously coming in and playing from the start of the season helped, and I think the fans are seeing the best of me.

There’s still more to come from me going forward, but the more games I play the better I’ll get.”

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Scowen’s reputation has come as the more defensively-minded man out of the midfield trio of him, Massimo Luongo and Luke Freeman; but the former Barnsley man says he’s hoping to improve his record at the other end.

He said: “Everybody likes to score goals and I’d like to add more. The gaffer wants me to play that way and he knows that’s the way that I play best; by getting forward and defending so I’m just trying to do both. If I can add goals into my game it’s only going to benefit the team.”