Queens Park Rangers won 1-0 against Bristol City at Loftus Road yesterday.
The striker signed for QPR from Peterborough United in the January transfer window, but he has endured an inauspicious start at Loftus Road.
Washington has made 15 Championship appearances to date, but he is yet to open his goalscoring account.
The 23-year-old was selected to start in QPR’s most recent fixture, which came against Bristol City, but he was unable to make much of an impact on the match.
The Northern Ireland international could not work a decent opportunity, with Karl Henry scoring the only goal of the game from long-range.
Washington now needs to convince supporters that he is ready to lead the line for QPR next season, which was surely the plan when he was purchased.
Washington is going to have the off-season of his life so as to prove to himself & the club that he's capable of playing at this level. #QPR— Rafael (@RafaFernandez82) May 7, 2016
Once again Washington not given a full game send in the clowns#QPR— reece lovell (@reecetop10) May 7, 2016
Washington subbed. Didn't get his goal, personally don't think we get the ball to him quick enough. His movement is superb. #QPR— Darren Truswell (@DarrenTruswell) May 7, 2016
Final change as Washington (who has had no service whatsoever) is replaced by Polter. I'd have liked to see them together. #QPR— QPRnet (@qprnet) May 7, 2016
Gladwin - useless! El Khayati - embarrassingly useless! Washington & Chery - nonexistent! Fairlin - slow. Back 4 - average! I'm bored! #QPR— Luke Sheekey (@LukeSheekey) May 7, 2016
Conor Washington has touched the ball 5/6 times max. Getting zero service. Needs help #qpr— Nick Godwin (@NickGodwinsport) May 7, 2016
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Washington is likely to go to EURO 2016 with Northern Ireland this summer, before he returns to QPR.
The youngster is expected to have a key role for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side next term, when he will be competing with the likes of Sebastian Polter for a place in the side.