Perhaps the most clinical striker in the Championship, the Brentford forward has enjoyed a phenomenal time of late.
Despite being on the sidelines for the majority of last season with a ligament injury, the 24-year-old still managed to score seven times in seven games for the QPR’s West London neighbours.
And the former Rochdale man has picked up from he left off last term, netting another 8 times in 12 games, leaving him the 4th highest goalscorer in the division.
One thing that is lacking from the QPR squad is a prolific goalscorer at Championship level – a void which has been left ever since Charlie Austin’s departure.
And after the failed experiment of Conor Washington, QPR should really look to lure the proven Hogan to Loftus Road in January.