Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink wants to sign another striker before the transfer window's end.
QPR's Nedum Onuoha celebrates with team mates after scoring their first goal
According to Sky Sports, Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has not ruled out bringing in yet more new signings, and has pinpointed a new striker before the end of the transfer window.
The Hoops defeated Leeds United 3-0 in their opening game of the Championship season at Loftus Road, with a performance brimming with incisive attacking play and flair which overwhelmed the opposition.
Sebastian Polter celebrates with Tjaronn Chery after scoring the second goal for QPR
Striker Sebastian Polter was a menace throughout and contributed his side's third and final goal of the afternoon, but the West London club are not resting on their laurels and are aiming to bring in another forward this summer.
"We are still looking for that striker," Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink told Sky Sports.
"Hopefully we will bring some more in, because we need that help and need that competition."
QPR have already brought five players in so far this summer, and completed the signing of FC Metz forward Yani Ngbakoto on Saturday night.
Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
The club already have Polter, Ngbakoto Jamie Mackie, Conor Washington in their striking ranks, but Hasselbaink is keen to add more firepower, especially as a way to build on the great start they have made after Sunday's result.
After the departures of Junior Hoilett and Matt Phillips this summer, there were fears that QPR may lack some of the firepower that the club possessed last year.
But Polter showed on Sunday that he is more than ready to step up to the plate and provide more goals for Hasselbaink's side.
QPR's Nedum Onuoha scores their first goal