The Dutch midfielder is now into double figures for league goals since arriving at Loftus Road last summer.
With Queens Park Rangers' promotion hopes all but over, the club's fans are already looking ahead to an improved campaign next time around.
And there's one player who they believe R's boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink should be building his side around.
Tjaronn Chery has been in and out of the team under various managers this season and began Tuesday's trip to Leeds United on the bench.
But it was the Dutchman's penalty that rescued a point for QPR in Yorkshire, taking his tally for the campaign to an impressive 10 - given the circumstances.
Chery's singing was something of a coup for Rangers, after he'd starred in Holland's Eredivisie last season and helped former club Groningen to cup success.
And there is some concern among the QPR fanbase that the 27-year-old could leave if they don't go up.
Others though are hopeful of keeping him and are keen to see him handed a more prominent role next term.
I've we can keep Polter and Chery. They will be vital for us next season #QPR— Matt (@Matthew9695) 6 April 2016
Away point is a good point. We have 2 of the best players in this league, Chery & Smithies. Vital we keep both. Onwards. #QPR— Andrew Slade (@aksqprfc) 5 April 2016
Really hope we keep tjaronn chery this summer, could be a class player for us next season #QPR— Will Spires (@will_spires) 5 April 2016
Few players in mind Phillips, Faurlin, Perch, holiett, Angella, Henry.Expecting a lot of outs and ins come summer. Chery to be main man #QPR— Ben Platt_qpr (@bplatt23) 5 April 2016
Smithies Hall Luongo Chery Polter Washington. Build round that #QPR, couple of additions, few youngsters through, we'll smash next season.— Tony Binks (@Tony_Binks) 5 April 2016
Chery has had very inconsistent game time under three different managers in his debut season in england and has scored 10 FROM MIDFIELD #QPR— eddie (@eddiemcgill69) 5 April 2016
Thank heavens for Chery!! Think he'll be instrumental for us next season!! Quality player #QPR— Shonagh (@Shonagh1984) 5 April 2016
Hasselbaink's men are 11th in the Championship with six games left to play, but are 15 points off the final play-off place, which is currently occupied by Derby County.