Fulham forwards Bobby Zamora and Moussa Demeble have been passed fit for Sunday’s west London derby against QPR.
Both players have been struggling because of illness but will be available for the game, as will Bryan Ruiz who was cup-tied for the Europa League match against Odense.
It means Martin Jol has plenty of attacking options as he looks for his first Premier League win as Fulham manager.
Andrew Johnson is expected to keep his place up front after scoring twice against Odense, but youngster Matthew Briggs is carrying a knock and could miss out.
Whereas Fulham’s frontmen have recovered, QPR continue to be concerned by the condition of summer signing DJ Campbell.
The striker this week suffered a recurrence of the mystery virus that recently sidelined him for three weeks, during which time he underwent a series of tests that revealed nothing.
But Campbell did train on Thursday and will be assessed ahead of the game at Craven Cottage, where Matt Connolly is expected to replace the suspended Armand Traore at left-back for the R’s.