The 22-year-old, who was thought to be a transfer target for a host of Premier League clubs this summer, penned a four-year deal at the West London outfit a fortnight ago.
"Everyone is looking forward to that first game and I am probably looking forward to it more than normal because I am at a new club and this is a new start for me.
"It will be great to get out in front of the fans and show them what I can do. It's an important game for me and the club."
QPR's first game of the new season is a home fixture against Swansea City on August 18.