Jordan Hugill is loving life as a Queens Park Rangers player.
The striker – who is on loan from West Ham United – netted his seventh goal of the season in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw with Reading at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
After the game, he revealed that he is really enjoying his time in W12 and that he also still has more to offer.
“The changing room is fantastic and all of the boys are pushing each other to do well,” the 27-year-old told www.qpr.co.uk.
“It’s brilliant for me and to have scored the same amount of goals that I got in the whole of last season already is great. It’s onwards and upwards from here for me.”
Hugill put in a battling display against the Royals, who played with three central defenders in defence.
His goal arrived after playing a headed one-two with striker partner Nahki Wells and Hugill admitted that he enjoyed Tuesday’s tussle.
He said: “Part of my game is having a mess around with the centre halves. It’s part of the game that I enjoy and I know that if the defender gives me one then I can give him one back.
“We were a bit disappointed on Tuesday; we could’ve been better and we dropped a bit deeper in the last 20 minutes or so, which is when we conceded the goal.
“The good thing is that we aren’t losing games. We’re still getting points and are moving along while continuing our unbeaten record. Whilst we’re still learning, we’re getting points too and that is a pleasing thing.”