Andrew Johnson believes Queens Park Rangers fans will see the best of him now that he has resolved the uncertainty that engulfed his final weeks at Fulham.
The 31-year-old striker joined the Hoops on a free transfer earlier this summer after his contract with Martin Jol's side expired.
Johnson's last outing for Fulham came in March as an adductor injury ruled the former England international out of the last few games of the term.
However, after a long summer break, Johnson is champing at the bit to return to Premier League combat now that his future has been resolved.
"It was important to get some more game time under my belt," he told the club's official website after their 5-0 win over Kelantan in Kuala Lumpur.
"It's really important for me to get that time on the pitch because we've all had eight weeks off, and I didn't play the last four or five weeks of last season because of my situation with contracts and stuff, so I am delighted to be getting back out there again.
"Now I just need to get the first goal under my belt and then I can kick on from there."
Hughes has wasted little time in the transfer market this summer and has already acquired six new players.
With so many new faces arriving at the club, you could be forgiven for thinking it would take time to settle in yet Johnson insists his transition period has been somewhat seamless.
"I have settled in brilliantly," he added. "The new signings are fantastic, and go well with the great players that are already here.
"The squad have made the likes of myself, Ji-Sung Park, Rob Green, Fabio and all the new lads feel very welcome.
"It feels like a great squad. There is a great togetherness already and an excellent atmosphere around the place."