Armand Traore picked up £362-a-minute in yesterday's 2-0 defeat at Charlton Athletic for QPR U21s.
In rare outing, the former Arsenal left-sided player made way for Leon Lobjoit on 69 minutes, but only after Hoops were already 2-0 down.
The Senegal international pockets £25,000-a-week, so a simple sum shows that in one academy run-out he made as much as a shop worker earns in a week.
Traore has not made a first-team appearance this season, and was last in action almost a year ago when he came on as a 52nd minute sub in a stirring 3-3 draw at Aston Villa.
Rs wanted to try and offload the Senegal international in January’s transfer window, not least because they wanted to free up his Premier League wages earned since he joined in August 2011.
Traore’s contract runs out at the end of the season.
Against Charlton, prospective first-team keeper Joe Lumley saved a penalty but couldn’t prevent Rs slipping to defeat.