He finished as top scorer with 10 goals - and it appears Idrissa Sylla was QPR's most deadly striker last season in terms of goals to chances ratio.
Stats tweeted by an Rs fan this morning showed Sylla's 10 goals came from 40 shots, meaning it took him an average of four shots to find the net. He also took 148 minutes to score each goal.
Conor Washington, meanwhile, took 53 shots and 346 minutes to score his seven goals, which works out at 7.6 shots per goal for the former Peterborough United man.
Matt Smith, having joined from Fulham midway through the season, took 31 efforts to score his four goals, at 7.8 shots per successful strike, but it only took him 270 minutes to do so.
This, of course, does not take into account the work done, especially by the likes of Smith, in areas other than sticking the ball in the back of the net.
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