QPR winger Matt Phillips has been given the all-clear following his ankle injury and can resume full training.
The 23-year-old has been sidelined since February but has been told he can play a full part in pre-season training, which began on Monday.
He joined Rangers from Blackpool last summer after his pre-season preparations had been ruined by a broken arm.
Phillips eventually worked his way back to fitness and was in good form before his campaign ended prematurely.
Alejandro Faurlin, out since November after suffering cruciate damage for the second time in as many years, can also train fully.
Both players could return to action in a friendly against German side Rot Weiß Erfurt next week.
Meanwhile, Rangers have had an offer for striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson accepted by Ajax and hope to sign Steven Caulker despite reports the Cardiff defender has chosen a move to Crystal Palace.