Massimo Luongo believes Ian Holloway has put extra responsibility on him in the QPR midfield for the final few games, but he has set himself a personal target to bag more goals.

The 24-year-old Australian grabbed his first goal for the club when he scored against Rotherham in the 5-1 victory in March, but has found himself used deeper in midfield since Holloway took over the reins at Loftus Road.

Ryan Manning has burst onto the scene in the second half the season, making 16 appearances, and has been used by Holloway in a more forward role, with Luongo being used in the deeper holding role, something he thinks is down to the manager utilising his experience.

With the introduction of Sean Goss into the QPR first team, Luongo believes that Holloway has put extra responsibility on him to keep the midfield disciplined as a more senior player, but has revealed he wants to get back to his usual position of playing a more floating role.

He said: "I've always wanted to get involved in more goals, at the moment I think the manager is playing me in a deeper role to have that security because I’m playing next to Ryan Manning who is really young and hasn’t had many appearances.

Happy to play deeper: Massimo Luongo

"He's naturally a more attacking player and then we have Sean Goss who has been played recently and I can count on one hand how many appearances he’s had.

"I think that experience is needed and he’s put that responsibility on me to keep that disciplined at the moment and I’m happy to do it.

"On a personal goal in the long term I want to be more involved all over the pitch and he hasn't taken that away from me but I feel at the moment that security is needed for these final few games."

Mass Luongo was speaking at the offices of Aqueduct, a website design agency who have built a new official website for QPR, which will be launched at the end of June this year at .