Tjaronn Chery believes Conor Washington will go on a run of scoring goals for QPR after opening his account against Swindon in the EFL Cup.
The Northern Irishman ended his wait for his first goal for the Rs when he fired home in extra time.
After joining the club from Peterborough in January, the striker endured a frustrating first six months at Loftus Road, failing to find the net.
He said: “I feel it’s going to be the first of many. If you’re a striker it’s a good feeling if you score whoever you’re playing.”
Chery’s selfless pass, when he could have shot was what allowed Washington to score the goal and the Dutchman joked that his team-mate owed him dinner.
He added: “You’ll have to ask him (how he’s going to repay me). I don’t drink alcohol. Maybe a Coke or Sprite. Dinner as well – an expensive dinner! I think he was really happy with the goal. It was nice for him to score.”
Yeni Ngbakoto impressed on his QPR debut and marked it with a goal from close range and he has already impressed Chery.
He added: “I saw him for one day. He’s got good skills and he can play between the lines. He’s really quick.
“I see a good player in the squad but we have to improve as a team and we need everybody.”
Chery is entering his second season in English football and he feels accustomed to the pace of the Championship as well as life in west London.
“I learned how the game works in the Championship. It’s quicker than Holland but, for me, it wasn’t a big problem,” he explained.
“Only at the start, it was really difficult. Now, it’s easy for me. When I go to Holland and drive on the other side then it’s difficult.
“England is easy for me. Everybody looked after me and I feel really happy in England.”
QPR face Cardiff City on Sunday and Chery is looking for a repeat performance from the 3-0 win over Leeds on the opening weekend of the season.
He said: I know Cardiff are a really good team with good players. We’ll have to keep on going from the last game and do that against Cardiff.”