QPR winger Bright Osayi-Samuel says he's settled well into his new life in west London, with the next step being to break into the starting XI.

The former-Blackpool man was a last-minute addition to the Hoops squad in the summer, and his mission now is to help the mis-firing Hoops in their recent slump in form.

Speaking to Get West London, he said: "I’m learning new things every day. I’ve got a place near the training ground so it’s not too far, but the lads have been great with me ever since I’ve joined. I’m enjoying training so I’m taking it day by day and I’ll hopefully get my chance.

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 28: Jack Stacey of Exeter City attempts to take the ball past Bright Osayi-Samuel of Blackpool during the Sky Bet League Two Playoff Final between Blackpool and Exeter City at Wembley Stadium on May 28, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Barrington Coombs/Getty Images)

"It’s down to me to show what I can do each day in training. I need to do my best and always do better than what I did yesterday to impress the manager and the lads.

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“When we look back at the games it’s not like we’re getting beat comfortably. We’re only being beat by one or two goals so I know as a team we’re good enough to do better. I think we just need to keep doing our thing and keep believing.

"In the last few games I don’t believe that luck has been on our side. I haven’t been here that long yet, but already I’ve improved and that’s down to the players I’m playing with. I just want to keep pushing and hopefully we can start winning games."