Faurlin has been at Loftus Road since 2009 and he has now made 142 appearances for the club.
That tally would have been far greater if injury problems hadn’t blighted his last three seasons.
Faurlin has missed a sizeable chunk of football with knee problems, but after starting in the R’s last five matches, he says he is delighted to be back involved again.
“Getting regular football has been huge for me. I know if I get my tempo in full swing I can play football," Faurlin said.
"I love this club and will give everything I can for us to do well, and hopefully in the meantime I can be an asset to this team.”
If Faurlin can stay off the treatment table for the entirety of this campaign, it will be a major boost for QPR’s promotion chances.
The 29-year-old has the ability to be one of the standout players in the Championship, and he has proved his worth of late.
Faurlin has been in excellent form during Neil Warnock’s stint as temporary boss.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is now in charge at Loftus Road, and Faurlin will hope that he stays part of the R’s starting line-up despite the change of manager.
Hasselbaink is set to take charge of his first QPR match on Saturday, when the London outfit take on Burnley.