ADEL Taarabt insists he would rather win games than score spectacular goals.
The charismatic Moroccan has found the net with stunning solo efforts in our last two Barclays Premier League fixtures.
However, after Rangers picked up defeats against both West Ham United and West Bromwich Albion, Taarabt says the goals mean little.
“I was pleased with the goals, but it’s more important to win games,” he told www.qpr.co.uk. “At the moment, we aren’t doing that.
“Scoring is good for my confidence, but it would be better if I scored and we won.
“We just need to start winning games and going up the table, bit by bit. Then I’ll be more happy.
“We have two weeks where we have to work hard, focus and, hopefully, we can get then our first win of the season against Everton.
“You can see that we’ve got the quality in the group. We have a lot of good players – but I just think we have to start games better. If you are going behind all of the time, it’s very difficult.
“I know we keep saying it, but we haven’t had the same starting eleven twice this season. Every game, someone gets injured.
“For the manager it’s really difficult, because when he makes substitutions, it’s not for tactical reasons but for injuries.”
He added: “It’s time for us to stand up and be counted. That’s what I’m trying to do.
“Now I have to win games for my team.
“I know I have the ability to help the team get our first win. I’m going to try and do that and be a leader.
“We just want to win games. I think we’ll be fine when we start to do that.”