Polter has made a rather indifferent start to his QPR career, but the powerful forward doesn’t believe he has had the best chance to showcase his talents yet.
The summer signing from Mainz claims that his teammates have not learnt how best to utilise his strengths yet, and he is hoping that the service to him is of better quality in the future.
"I’m good at finishing and striking - I know what I can do," he said. "I hope Matty [Phillips] and Junior [Hoilett] learn what my strengths are and I have to learn about them, so I can make the runs into the box and score more goals.”
Polter made a slow start at QPR, and he was rarely utilised by both Chris Ramsey and Neil Warnock during their times in charge.
The target man seemed to be way down the pecking order with both Charlie Austin and Phillips ahead of him in the competition for places up front.
However, since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has been appointed at Loftus Road, the 24-year-old has been used far more regularly.
Polter has featured in QPR’s last five matches, and he has now scored in his last two outings - which suggests that he is starting to find his feet at the London club.