Kevin Gallen believes Ilias Chair can make even more of an impact for QPR if he works on his left side.
Chair continues to impress and in recent matches he and Chris Willock have been excellent behind in-form striker Lyndon Dykes.
“It’s really working at the moment,” said former Rangers star Gallen, who still sees plenty of room for improvement.
He added: “Ilias Chair I always feel is a little bit predictable because when he comes in off the left he’s always coming inside to his right to get a shot off.
“Sometimes I think he needs to back himself and go down on his left side.
“I’m saying when I’m watching him ‘He’s going to come in on his right’ and I’m sure the opposition will be highlighting that and saying ‘Ilias Chair’s coming in from the left and wants to get on to his right foot and get shots off, so you’ve got to block that and be very aware of that’.
“They (Swansea) did that, especially in the first half, and they got some good blocks on him.”
Gallen was joined by West London Sport’s Dan Bennett, Ian McCullough and Ben Kosky.
They discussed Rangers’ win at Swansea, speculation over manager Mark Warburton’s future, and their choices for QPR player of the year.