The midfielder played a key role as we bounced back from Europa League elimination and the Capital One Cup Final loss at Wembley with Premier League wins against Swansea and QPR.
Ryan bagged his first Premier League goal in last week's 3-2 success against Swansea before his pass sent Harry Kane clear to make it 2-0 at Loftus Road on Saturday.
"I’ve said before that I will always look to make make runs forward and try to get into the box," said Ryan, who has started 20 of our last 23 matches in the Premier League since making his debut at Arsenal in September.
"It’s an area of my game that I want to improve on. I got the assist for Harry’s goal which I’m pleased with and hopefully that can continue."
Ryan was in no doubt that Harry would bag goal number 26 for the season once he'd latched onto his pass and sprung clear against QPR.
"Harry took his goals well," added Ryan. "He rose high for the first and for the second he was calm enough and had the composure to take it round the goalkeeper.
"He works so hard on and off the pitch and everything he’s getting now is reward for the hard work that he’s put in.
"He’s full of confidence which is great to see."