Five of those have come in this year's competition and he will be hoping to add to that tally when the Cherry and Whites host Toulouse on Friday evening.
"Firstly I just want to thank God for giving me talent, and for allowing me to sign for Gloucester for another two years," said Qera.
"I love the people here, especially the fans and the crowd. It's a different environment altogether, at Kingsholm, it's an unbelievable place to play rugby and it's so easy to feel at home there.
"My whole family, even my kids, they love it in Gloucester.
"I'm happy to have signed this deal, and I will do my best to make sure we can win more silverware for the people of Gloucester."