QPR manager Ian Holloway has said that Josh Scowen needs to be more vocal if he is to develop into a top player.
The midfielder has been the Hoops' most consistent player so far this term, showcasing how crucial he is to the team in the season ahead.
Speaking on Sky Sports, Ollie was quick to heap praise on the midfielder, but said that he needs to develop a sense of leadership if he is to kick on to the next level.
Holloway said: "Scowen has been magnificent because he’s slotted in, we lost (Grant) Hall last year and every time we lost him we lost the game.
"Scowen’s come in, and that enables me to play Hall when he’s fit again as one of the back three and then I can really coach that back three.
"He’s absolutely vital, the only thing he doesn’t do is talk.
"I’ve hardly had a word out of him since he’s been here, people might say it’s because I don’t let him get a word in but I can’t teach him anything, he’s that good.
"He reads things, he gets there, he’s nasty in the tackle, his passing is fantastic but to get to the next level he’s got to develop a voice and organise people around him."