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YUN Suk-Young was beaming with delight after scoring his first QPR goal in our 3-2 league win over Barnsley on Saturday.

The South Korean international scored with a stunning solo effort at Oakwell – beating three men before finishing with aplomb – to help Rangers on their way to victory ahead of the play-offs.

Now Harry Redknapp’s men will face Wigan Athletic in the semi-finals over two legs on May 9th and 12th – and Suk Young insists he is well aware of the importance of the next week or so. 

“Scoring was an unbelievable feeling – I’m so happy, very happy!” he told www.qpr.co.uk moments after the full-time whistle. “More so because we won today, our final game of the [regular] season.

“When I shot and the ball went in, it was a great feeling. 

“Everybody is ready for the play-offs. We’re working hard in training every day. 

“We know how important the next week is and we’re focused on what we need to do.”