Matt Phillips has promised QPR fans have yet to see the best of him in a blue and white shirt.
The Scotland star has failed to nail down a regular spot since his £5million move from Blackpool in August, starting just seven games.
Phillips' progress at Loftus Road has been hampered by an arm injury, but the 22-year-old bagged his first goal for his new club in last week's win against Bournemouth.
And the ex-Wycombe youngster says there's plenty more to come.
He said: "I'm nowhere near my peak yet. I'm still chasing some games but I feel I'm getting better.
"You want to impress. It hasn't happened straight away but goals are something I need in my game, so it was a relief to get my first one.
"I want to put in the right performances, then sooner or later they'll start hitting the back of the net.
"There's plenty of players in the side who can score goals - it's not just down to Charlie [Austin]."
Phillips missed a great chance as QPR were held to a frustrating goalless draw by Blackburn on Saturday.
He added: "They came here looking for a point. It was down to us to break them down, but it wasn't to be."
Rangers remain second in the Championship despite the stalemate, trailing leaders Burnley only on goal difference.