STEPHANE Mbia insists there's more to come after enduring a mixed start to his QPR career.
The summer signing from Marseille admits his red card and subsequent three-match ban for kicking out at Thomas Vermaelen at Arsenal last month was a massive learning curve as he gets to grips with English football.
Mbia, who has played at right back, centre half and midfield already for the R's, put in one of his best performances in a Rangers shirt in Tuesday night's stalemate at Sunderland.
And the Cameroon international insists QPR fans are yet to see the best of him as he bids to help the club beat the drop.
“I feel I will get better and better,” he said.
“I have played centre back, right back and midfield. My best will come when I have stability in my position.
“Is midfield my preferred position? I don’t mind. What’s important is that I help the team. I want to work hard for everybody, and the team is more important than anything else.
“I want to do my very best for the team and for the coach, in training and in matches. I want to see us winning games. I don’t like to lose. When I lose I am not happy. All the players are the same.”
Rock-bottom Rangers are still searching for their first win of the season ahead of tomorrow's vital clash with Aston Villa.
However, Mbia is confident QPR can stand up to the challenge and defy the odds to escape relegation back to the Championship.
He added: “The Premier League is very difficult, but we want to win on Saturday for the fans.
“We haven’t won all season and this annoys me. It hurts. But it is a challenge and I want to help my team. I want to give everything, I want to give all my heart to this challenge.”
Follow me on Twitter.