The Dutch winger hopes to play in the Premier League next season.
This summer QPR made many changes to the squad that were relegated from the Premier League. That saw plenty of players head out of the club and also the odd eye-catching arrival.
One such player was Tjaronn Chery.
QPR signed the player in July for a fee reported to be in the region of £2.25 by the Daily Mail.
It has certainly looked like a good deal so far. Chery has scored four goals in 15 appearances for the club since his arrival at Loftus Road and has appeared to be a popular arrival at the club.
But speaking to the press in the Netherlands this week he has made it clear that he does not see playing in the Championship with QPR as his end game. He has his eyes on the Premier League.
He is quoted by NU.nl as stating:
"I deliberately chose QPR. I had also spoken with clubs from Turkey, Greece and Saudi Arabia, at QPR but I got the best feeling.
"In retrospect, I'm glad it did not go ahead because playing in England was always a dream.
"Playing in the Premier League is my goal. We have a selection of thirty players and that is also necessary in this league. So far it is not very good, but I think we have the qualities of being promoted. ''
So for QPR fans to see more of Chery going forward they should certainly hope that the Hoops can make it back to the Premier League this campaign. Otherwise there are plenty of Premier League teams who might make his dream come true.