The 18-year-old joined the west Londoners when he was 13 and has progressed from the club's Centre of Excellence to the fringes of the first-team.
Andrade has made four appearances for QPR over the past 14 months, with Neil Warnock handing him a taste of Premier League action against Wigan earlier this season.
The wide man is regarded as one of the club's brightest prospects and, having spent a brief loan spell at Aldershot, hopes to show new manager Hughes what he is capable of.
"I take every chance I get with the first-team as a positive," he told Press Association Sport.
"I am very privileged to be involved with them.
"It is a great learning experience for me and hopefully I can use that to come back to the youth side and help them.
"That, or maybe I can push further and push for a start for the first-team.
"Hopefully I will get a chance [under Hughes] but all I can say is that I will try hard and do my best.
"I will train hard everyday and do my best with the first-team.
"Training with them is a big step and I am improving everyday.
"We will see how this January transfer window goes.
"If I stay here [and do not go out on loan], I will learn and next season push on from there to try to make a name for myself."
Andrade did his first-team chances no harm on Thursday as he helped QPR secure a surprise 1-0 victory against much-fancied Everton in the FA Youth Cup.
The teenager was the Hoops' outstanding player and netted the all-important goal in front of the watching Hughes, firing in a sublime effort from 35 yards.
"It is a great to get a win against Everton, who are a superb side," he said.