QPR forward Conor Washington says he is determined to get into the habit of scoring goals as he prepares for the new Championship campaign.
Speaking to the club's official website ahead of today's friendly with his former club Peterborough United, the 25-year-old said that his preparation this term has been a lot more ideal as he gets ready for a busy season.
He said: "I had a good break, got married and went on honeymoon so it was an enjoyable summer.
“Fitness-wise I feel really good. With the Euros, I didn’t really get a full pre-season last year so it’s been nice to be back in from day one, and I’m feeling really fit and strong for it.
“Last season, I joined up with the lads two or three weeks after they had returned, and I only had about half-an-hour of football before the opening game against Leeds rolled around.
“It’s much better to go into the season feeling fully refreshed, fit and raring to go.”
Washington has hit the ground running in pre-season with two goals against Bromley, and another in the behind-closed-doors match against Reading, and the forward says it's a run he's wanting to continue.
“It’s important to get in the right habits, and scoring goals is the habit I want to continue throughout the season.
“This year I want to cement a place in the first team and prove to everyone what I can do.”