JUNIOR Hoilett insists he is only too aware of the importance of Saturday’s West London derby against Chelsea at Loftus Road.
Rangers welcome the European champions to W12 looking for their first Premier League win of the season.
The Blues, meanwhile, currently top the table after three wins from three.
“I know it’s a big game - it’s a local derby against our rivals,” Hoilett told London Call-In
– QPR’s official midweek phone-in show.
“It’s going to be my first here at QPR and I’m looking forward to giving my all and trying to get three points.
“Any footballer going into a derby knows what to expect.
“The fans are going to be amped up for it and it’s going to be a great atmosphere.
“Chelsea are in good form and we’re going into it looking for three points.”
He added: “The two-week international break has been great.
“Every day in training, the players have been speaking to each other and getting to know each other.
“We’ve being doing a lot of work on the training pitch understanding each other’s play.
“The two weeks have done us great. The transfer window is closed now and everyone can focus on getting more points.
“The manager knows what players he has to work with now and he’s going to be focused on the squad he’s got and getting the best out of every player.”