Nahki Wells has signed off his time at Queens Park Rangers by winning the Championship Player of the Month award for January.
The 29-year-old spent 18 months on loan at Loftus Road from Burnley before completing a switch to second-tier rivals Bristol City towards the end of the transfer window.
Wells made just three appearances for the Hoops in January but still managed to contribute five goals, including a hat-trick against Cardiff City.
"It's my first Player of the Month award in the Championship and I'm very honoured," Wells said after collecting the award. "I'd like to thank the QPR management and players for helping me achieve this and I'm now looking forward to the next stage of the season with Bristol City."
Bristol boss Lee Johnson added: "I'm pleased for Nahki. He had a great first half of the season while he was at QPR and his performances last month merited this award. We hope he continues that good form in a Bristol City shirt."
Next up for City, who are currently sixth in the Championship, is a home encounter with Birmingham City tonight.body check tags ::