Hungarian midfielder happy with team's performance on Saturday in 3-1 win at home to Wigan Athletic and believes the victory is just the start to new manager Mark Hughes' reignQPR’s Akos Buzsaky believes Saturday’s 3-1 win over Wigan Athletic is the starting point for new manager Mark Hughes’ reign at Loftus Road.
The Hungarian, who scored from a free kick in the game, says Hughes’ new training regime has totally changed the team.
"The Manager's main impact has been the training sessions," he told the club's official website.
"They are really, really sharp and all of the players are responding positive[ly] to them.
"I think you could tell [on Saturday] - we looked sharper and were on the front foot for the majority of the time.
"It was a great overall team performance.
"What was really impressive was the way we worked together.
"We controlled the game well and deserved the win."
With that 3-1 victory, Buzsaky saw his team lift themselves out of the relegation zone and the Hungarian is hoping that this is just the start of good things for him and the club.
Buzsaky added: “I've been waiting for this moment and opportunity to emerge.
"Now I just want to take the chance and stay in the team for as long as I can.
"We just need to concentrate on ourselves now.
"If everyone gives their best then we are going to go somewhere.
"I'm sure this is just the starting point for us."