The midfielder – as he did at Birmingham City on last season – is starting to tear up trees at Loftus Road.
Having scored four goals in his last two games the England under-21 is beginning to find the form that made him a sensation earlier in the season.
And the co-chairman is delighted that’s the case explaining: “It’s great news for him and us.
“Trust me, there is nothing I’d love more than to see Ravel come back to us in pre-season and score a bundle of goals.
“That would be fantastic and I can honestly say that I’d love to see him play for the club for the rest of his life.
There’s no questioning his ability – he can be a truly great player but he’s in the right place for now – regaining his confidence.”