The 21-year-old has averaged an incredible WhoScored match rating of 7.42 so far this term, currently ranking him as the Hoops’ best-performing player of the season, including another stellar performance in QPR’s victory over Derby on Tuesday.
Following the Derby game, the club posted footage of match-winner Ilias Chair, with the caption: “The coolest man in West London.”
However, Eze appeared to take exception to the tweet, replying: “Coolest man in where???”
Coolest man in where??? ?? https://t.co/u1NP8IJFDV
— Ebere (@EbereEze10) February 25, 2020
naa this guy has finished me ?
— Bright Osayi-Samuel (@Bright_097) February 25, 2020
Different class tonight Ebere?
— BallSZN (@edtaylorqpr) February 25, 2020
As a young kid growing up did you ever think you would have the ball squared to you by Rooney to help set up a winner ?
— Charles Cahill (@charlieqpr1) February 25, 2020
Well played lads!! Brilliant performance! ????
— Paulos (@Paulos0987) February 25, 2020
Let the man have the spotlight tonight you’ve been hogging it ?
— ChairSZN (@_RyanQPR_) February 25, 2020
Well played mate
— Bright Osayi-Jake (@QPR_Jake) February 25, 2020
Love watching you, Chair and Bright. Different class.
— Zoe (@zoeparaskeva13) February 25, 2020
What do we think?
With QPR now seemingly safe from a relegation fight this year, and likely too far adrift of the play-off places to make a late charge for promotion, Mark Warburton can perhaps begin to look to next season.
If he manages to keep hold of the talents of Eze, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Chair this summer, while also bringing in reinforcements in the QPR defence, they could yet be a team tipped for promotion in 2020/21.