Mauricio Isla says he'll get stronger for QPR with more games under his belt.

Isla believes he is improving with each appearance and with more training minutes under his belt, and has enjoyed his early experiences in new surroundings.

He told QPR's official website: "I still feel that I have to keep working.

"I took a holiday after the World Cup and you can see the difference when you compare yourself to the guys who never went to the Finals.

"Against Sunderland I felt really good. The game against Tottenham I was very tired and didn't feel as if I prepared properly physically during the summer with Juventus.

"On Saturday though I was much happier as I felt very good physically and that I'm starting to find the level required."

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