The midfielder has become a key player for QPR in recent months.
The midfielder has had an interesting year, first being a regular under Chris Ramsey and then falling down the pecking order under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
He has since worked his way back into the Dutchman’s plans, going on to make 41 appearances in total and bagging himself ten goals.
He is now a regular in the first team and seems to have turned himself into a key man ahead of next season.
His efforts did not go unrecognised as he was named the club’s Players' Player of the Year and Junior Hoops Player of the Year in their awards evening.
And he says he feels he has done well in his first season for the club.
“I am really pleased that in my first year with the club I have managed to score double figures. I am very happy with this,” he told qpr.co.uk.
“If your own team-mates give you an award, you can say you have had a good season. To do this in my first year is really pleasing and I feel I have done well.”
Chery will now be hoping that he can play a big part in what QPR will be hoping is a successful season next year.
They face a fight to be successful next year though, with relegated trio Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Norwich City all likely to provide stern competition.