Late on during the summer transfer window, Queens Park Rangers brought in Tomer Hemed, Nahki Wells and Geoff Cameron on loan spells and all three have played their part in helping us to turn around our early season form and register a five-game unbeaten.
With the midweek victory over Millwall at Loftus Road with Mass Luongo and Ebere Eze finding the back of the net inside of three first-half minutes to give us the win, 28-year-old Wells came in for particular praise following his efforts on the day.
The Bermuda international and Burnley player is yet to find the net for us in his four games so far, but his willingness and work rate is certainly winning him fans at the club.
First time seeing Wells play – was impressed with his tenacity & the runs he was making. In turn, that helped Eze out . Lumley, though more commanding, still has alot to work on – needs to work on his clearances (highlights how good Smithies was at distribution). #QPR
— Gaz (@ZooropR) September 19, 2018
Agree Steve, really impressed with him. Ran the Millwall defence ragged and worked the channels well. Deserves a goal now, but it will come
— Ash Rose (@AshroseUK) September 19, 2018
Nahki Wells was my MOTM… his movement and passing was second to none!
— WE ARE QPR (@weareqpr_) September 20, 2018
— J. Tullius (@BearingFardels) September 20, 2018
— Charlie Skinner (@CharlieSkinner8) September 19, 2018
Excellent first have average second.
Wells is brilliant up front.
Fair play McClaren you have done well to turn it around and we look organised with a game plan. Long may it continue.
— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) September 19, 2018
Eze and Wells are absolute class acts, more of the same second half please #QPR
— Samuel (@OzzyQPR) September 19, 2018
Don't want to speak too early, but QPR were fantastic in the first half. Stopped Millwall playing whilst looking strong going forward. Nakhi Wells a class apart, unplayable in this form, even as a lone forward.
— Alan Simpson (@alansimps1984) September 19, 2018
Given his impact so far, it’s understandable as to why some fans are already calling for the club to snap him up at the first available opportunity – which would be the summer at best as we are set for a January Financial Fair Play embargo.