VAZ THE WAY WE NEED TO PLAY!
ago was looking to prove himself at Barnsley after a frustrating few years after leaving Bolton.
And, now he’s playing alongside big-money acquisitions Jarvis and Andy Carroll, the attacker admits he sometimes has to pinch himself.
“It’s terrific,” Vaz Te said. “I’m really overwhelmed to be part of the squad and be part of the 11 week in, week out. To be around such great players you can only improve. I’m trying to learn the best I can.
“I’m trying to get more consistency in my performance so it’s great to be part of such a tremendous squad.”
QPR also boast an impressive-looking squad, although they’ve started the season without a win in their first six league matches.
Such alarming form has seen questions raised about the future of Mark Hughes, who has become the bookies’ favourite to become the first Premier League manager to leave his post this season.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes took to Twitter yesterday in a bid to quash such talk and back the under-fire Welshman.
“Mark will sort it out,” he said. “Look at his record. We would have won if we didn’t go down to 10. I’m relaxed and I’m confident. Let’s get all our players back fit and in form and then let’s see. Think of what happened at Spurs.
“Let’s just keep calm. Six games does not make a season. I have learnt from many wise chairmen.”
He added: “I’m calm and I want to build stability – which is what most fans want. There are many out there who are clueless.”