Mark Warburton insisted Chris Willock can develop right into a high-degree participant after he scored the winner in QPR’s dramatic victory at Middlesbrough.
Rangers gained 3-2 at the Riverside Stadium regardless of taking part in most of the second half with 10 males after Moses Odubajo was despatched off.
Willock arrange a aim for Lyndon Dykes and later discovered the internet himself to clinch three factors for the guests.
“He can care for the ball in a way that befits the highest degree,” mentioned Rangers boss Warburton.
“He poses an actual menace, is fast with the ball working off of each toes and is only a very gifted participant.
“He’s come by way of the Arsenal academy together with his brother so he’s had a great academy training.
“He’s bought every little thing – every little thing in his locker.”
Warburton’s aspect have made an encouraging begin to the season
Willock, 23, was extremely regarded at Arsenal however has taken a while to blossom.
He gained momentum final season following his transfer to west London from Benfica and has impressed to date this time period.
And Warburton believes Willock’s youthful brother Joe making headlines and just lately finishing a giant-cash transfer to Newcastle may additional encourage the Rangers star to fulfil his potential.
Warburton defined: “Sometimes you want a catalyst. His brother shifting to Newcastle is likely to be the catalyst to say ‘I can do the identical (be a Premier League participant)’.
“He’s bought that capacity and typically you simply have to recognise it and see what a chance you might have.
“Football careers are brief, you need to maximise what you might have and there’s little doubt he has so much.”