Wright-Phillips can get better – QPR boss

Neil Warnock insists there is more to come from Shaun Wright-Phillips after the player’s electrifying start to his QPR career.

The England international has impressed in his first two matches for Rangers and came close to scoring in both games.

Warnock believes the goals will come for Wright-Phillips and that his performances can still improve.

“I think he can do even better. I’ve said to him I reckon he can get into double figures in terms of goals this season,” said the R’s boss.

“People expect him to be on the right wing but for us he’ll pop up on the left, through the middle – you name it.

“He spent a long time out of the team at Manchester City and in his career has seen players that haven’t got as much ability as him get picked.

“It’s just about giving him the opportunity and he’ll get that with us. He’s loving it at the moment.”

Wright-Phillips, 29, had an effort cleared off the line against Newcastle on his debut and smashed a shot against the post in Saturday’s 3-0 win at Wolves.