Dean Smith has suggested that Jota and Sergi Canos could return to the Brentford side against Wolves on Saturday.
The Middlesbrough and Hull target missed the last two games with a back injury, while the former Liverpool man suffered a twisted ankle against Celta Vigo in pre-season.
Rico Henry is also close to a return, although Smith was unclear whether he'd line up to face Wolves.
Josh McEachran has been ruled out of the meeting with the Black Country club but Smith is hopeful he can return to face Aston Villa after the international break.
He added: “Josh McEachran should be okay for Aston Villa. Saturday is too early but he'll be back training. The international break gives him the opportunity to prepare for Villa.”
Brentford were given a welcome boost after Ryan Woods returned from compassionate leave to come off the bench in the 4-1 win at QPR.
Smith said: “He's such a likeable lad, the players have a lot of time for him. It hit everybody hard the tragic news for him and his partner Shannon.
“She came to the game on Tuesday night so it must have been good for her to see Ryan on the pitch doing what he does best. The whole football club are behind the family.”
Lewis Macleod, though, has suffered a setback as he returns from the cruciate ligament injury he suffered at Loftus Road, while Alan Judge has made progress after his broken leg.
“Lewis has been involved with us as a non-contact player. He's had a sore hamstring. He's getting there for sure,” Smith confirmed.
“He's progressing really well. He had that week in Philadelphia that did him the world of good. I think he's due to start running next week and will be with us soon.”