Seny Dieng says he wants to help Rovers climb the table after extending his loan deal with the club until the end of the season.
The Swiss keeper says he has settled down well at the club and wants to repay the faith that manager Darren Moore has in him.
“I’m delighted to have extended my stay here. It’s a great team, great players and great staff,” he said.
“QPR have said I’ve been doing well and told me to just keep doing what I’m doing.
“I feel the faith that the gaffer has put in me. It helps too with the back four that I have in front of me. I feel like we’re getting more solid and I enjoy playing in this group.”
Tuesday’s match against Shrewsbury Town marks the first of three games in hand that Rovers have over most teams in the league and they are hoping to use confidence from the wins they picked up at Christmas to help them climb the table.
“The wins over Christmas have been useful. Even in the games before, where we were performing but not getting the results, now I’m hoping that these wins can really set us on a good run,” added Dieng.
“We will have a lot of games in the coming weeks so that will help us build consistency and really get going. Where we are in the table doesn’t really reflect where we are supposed to be because we have these games in hand. We have one of these games on Tuesday, so hopefully we can get a result and this can set us on our way.
“We have beaten two sides that are up there so that should give us some confidence. I believe that, when we are on our game, we can beat anyone.”