QPR man Luke Freeman says that he is enjoying playing in the centre of midfield following two top displays this week.
The former Rangers man has arguably been the Hoops best player in the matches against Reading and Northampton Town, and says that the current system being used seems to suit his style of play.
Speaking to the club's official website, Freeman said: "I am really enjoying playing in the central zone.
“I like to get on the ball as much as I can, and this enables me to do that, so I’m very grateful that I am playing in that position at the moment."
Ian Holloway made nine changes for the Carabao Cup clash against the Cobblers on Tuesday, but Freeman says it's encouraging that the team managed to get a result despite making wholesale alterations.
He said: "The players that came in against Northampton shows you the strength of the squad, and that’s what we’re going to need in what is a long season.
“You need strength in depth and when you look at the quality of those players that came in, it shows we’ve got that.
“We have got people who can come in and do just as good a job as the ones they’re replacing, so it keeps us all on our toes.”
Coming up for QPR is a difficult trip to Hillsborough to take on Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, and the 25-year-old says that preparation will be key to handling one of the best sides in the league.
“We’ll be getting our recovery right between now and Saturday, we’ll do our homework and do what we need to do to get a result up there,” Freeman said.
“The excitement le
vels are going up all the time, it’s what we have been waiting throughout the pre-season for.
“Getting the season off to the start we have is great – maybe that hill in Portugal is helping us all out!”