George Thomas says he is “encouraged” by the recent signings QPR have made.
Thomas joined Rangers back in July on a free transfer, signing a three-year contract with the option of a further year.
Boss Mark Warburton has since added to his attack through the likes of Albert Adomah, Chris Willock and Macauley Bonne, while a deal has also been agreed for Southend striker Charlie Kelman.
Thomas is looking forward to having more competition in the squad and told West London Sport: “It’s quite encouraging, especially with all the games coming up where we’re going to need everyone.
“It’s healthy competition and it makes you want to be better. You have to be better or else you’re not going to play.
“They’re top-quality players and they are only going to make me better as well as the team better.
“The new additions have come in and fitted in really well. When the season starts again it’s going to be a really busy schedule with all the games we’ve got so I’m looking forward to it.”
Thomas has been building up his fitness again following a knock and is hoping to make it back in time for this Saturday’s game against Bournemouth.
The 23-year-old has been used both centrally and out wide so far and admits he does not mind which position he plays.
“I’m quite a versatile player, it’s one of the things I’ve got going for me,” he added.
“I can play off the side, I can make those runs inside and come between the full-back but I can also play that central role where it comes to my feet and I can get on the half-turn.
“Whatever job I need to do for the team I’ll do.”