The majority of Granero's success rate for completed passes in games has been 80% or higher since his debut against Manchester City in September. His most impressive performance was against West Bromwich Albion, however, where he was successful in 93% of his attempted passes.
The 25-year-old has a simple yet effective passing style. He will not send 50- or 60-yard balls down the pitch, but on the other hand he will also not make easy passes to the most obvious player. His style is to send balls sideways and build up play intelligently, and with confidence.
The Spaniard's passing has been one of the better attributes to QPR's game in recent weeks, but interestingly he has struggled against two of the better opposition that Rangers have faced, despite the West London side giving a good account of themselves as a team.
He recorded just a 75% success rate against rivals Chelsea, and most recently only completed 25 out of 32 passes against Arsenal. This is his lowest total, and second-lowest percentage of the season so far.
The "park the bus" tactic Hughes employed on Saturday may go some way to explaining this lack of impact statistically. However, if 75% is deemed a poor score—then Granero is to be applauded for his consistently high standards.
His passing, however, has not quite reached the dizzy heights of an A or A+, and you can find out why on the next slide.