QPR boss Neil Critchley backed Jamal Lowe to make an impact for the club after the forward scored on his full debut in a 1-1 draw at home to Swansea.
Lowe, a recent loan signing from Bournemouth, opened the scoring after 27 minutes at Loftus Road.
But he missed chances to double Rangers’ lead before Jay Fulton netted a late equaliser for the Swans.
Critchley said: “I thought he was excellent. He scored a really good goal and was a constant threat.
“In two or three weeks’ time, when he’s a bit sharper and has found a bit more rhythm, he takes one of those chances. He could have ended up walking away with the match ball.
“Because of a couple of enforced subs we’ve had to make because of injuries, he’s ended up playing 90 minutes. He was obviously tired at the end but he put a real shift in.”
Those changes saw striker Lyndon Dykes and on-loan Manchester United right-back Ethan Laird come off during the second half.
Dykes had worked hard up front and Rangers were less effective after the pair were withdrawn.
Critchley explained: “Lyndon was sick at half-time. He wanted to continue but was obviously struggling. We didn’t want to bring him off but we had to. That maybe did alter the way that we played.
“Ethan went off with a hamstring injury, which was obviously serious enough for him to have to go off, and we really missed him as well because he was really good for us.”