ANDROS Townsend hopes his loan spell at QPR can boost his first-team chances at Tottenham Hotspur.
The young winger bagged his first goal since his January switch to W12 in Saturday's victory over Sunderland with a stunning 25-yard strike.
And Townsend hopes his exploits during his time at Loftus Road will make Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas take notice.
He said: "Obviously I have belief in my own ability but this is my chance now to show people at Spurs, here and around the Premier League that I am good enough.
"Hopefully I can take the opportunities when they come and show people what I can do.
“I've spoken to Tim Sherwood a few times and Les Ferdinand has been down to a few games.
"They're keeping tabs on me and hopefully they are pleased with what they see."
Townsend has been restricted to just seven starts for Spurs since coming through the ranks at White Hart Lane, spending most of his time out on loan.
However, the 21-year-old is still confident he can carve out a career with the north Londoners.
"I scored on my debut and got man of the match so that was my biggest moment at Spurs,” he added.
"Unfortunately after that I couldn't back it up but that is the way it goes sometimes.
"Hopefully I can back my goal up here with a few more performances."
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