Tomer Hemed has been passed fit to start for QPR against Derby County on Saturday.
The on-loan Brighton striker was rested for the midweek win against Reading, partly because he was nursing a slight knock.
He came on as a substitute for Nahki Wells at the Madejski Stadium, where Rangers secured a much-needed victory after suffering three consecutive defeats.
Hemed has since trained fully and is in contention to start this weekend’s game at Loftus Road.
Geoff Cameron, who has been building up his fitness since arriving on loan from Stoke, where he did not feature at all this season, will be assessed to see if he is fit enough to remain in the starting line-up.
Meanwhile, QPR forward Ebere Eze has received an England Under-20 call-up.