QPR Under-23 coach Paul Hall is delighted with the progress being made by youngster Deshane Dalling.
The winger, who turned 20 last month, has been impressive for Rangers’ development side so far this season and scored twice in a 5-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace on Monday.
Dalling, who previously played for non-League Staines Town, was picked up by Rangers after being released by Huddersfield Town last season.
“We’re working really hard with him. We’re setting him targets and then every time he achieves a target we then set the bar higher again,” Hall told QPR’s website.
“He’s getting the ball, running at people and getting some good crosses into the box – and he’s managing to get on the scoresheet.
“I did ask him for more goals – it takes pressure off the other forwards – so he’s coming along really nicely.
“His individual targets, he’s starting to achieve them and getting the outcomes in matches.”
Sebastien Bassong – who continues to train with the R’s while he looks for a new club – Aramide Oteh and Ilias Chair also scored in a one-sided game against the Eagles.
“It was really pleasing that lads got on the front foot and were clinical in front of goal.,” said Hall.