However, he told the club's website: "I know I scored two goals and Sky gave me man of the match on Monday, but he was outstanding. I'm not saying I'm going to give him my award, but he showed what a top-class player he is.
"The Villa display was a massive team performance, as it was against Liverpool, and he was class on both occasion. He's quiet, he's unassuming, but he's so strong and his ability is second to none.
"We see it every day in training. We know the ability Yun's got and the manager has given him a chance and he's grabbed it with both hands. Even last season, when he came in to the side towards the end of the campaign, he was brilliant for us."
QPR will be looking for back-to-back wins in the league when they travel to Chelsea tomorrow.