Tjaronn Chery is determined to better his QPR tally from last season in terms of goals and assists.
Last campaign, the Dutchman started 25 games, coming off the bench in 14 others, scoring 10 goals and setting up four.
And the 28-year-old, who already has one goal this year, is determined to improve on those marks.
He said: “I think I can try and score more goals and play better for the team. I've been working on everything.
“I want to score more goals, more assists and play at the top of the league. It's nice to be up against the likes of Newcastle. We're going for the win and that's what we're going to do this season.
“He's told everybody to work hard because if you don't you lose your place. Ariel (Borysiuk) is out injured at the moment.
“We have Henry, Massimo Luongo and also Jordan. We have so many players – it's really good. Everybody has to impress the manager in every training session if you want to be in the team.
There is a feelgood factor at Loftus Road at the moment, following QPR's impressive 3-0 win over Leeds and Chery has felt it inside the squad as well.
He explained: “Everyone knows if you play against Leeds who are a big team with good players and win 3-0 at home. The fans are excited and the players are as well.”