QPR boss Harry Redknapp willl sleep on playing two men up front that brought a 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Tuesday - Rs biggest win of the season.
Hoops face Blackburn at home tomorrow in the hope they can make the Championship summit, but whether Andy Johnson continues to partner Charlie Austin is something the manager is keeping under wraps.
He said: "It's horses for courses, and we didn't do too badly before that. What was it eight out of nine (wins)?
"We did well on Tuesday, but the days when you automatically pair two up front are long gone."
Everybody who featured in the win over the Cherries has been given a clean bill of health, although the manager railed into the suggestion from Uefa president Michel Platini there should be rugby-like sin bins in football.
"It's a ridiculous idea," said Harry. "10 men would sit back, kick the ball anywhere and defend for their lives. It would be a farce."
Redknapp also warned his club could go the same way as Rovers, who have suffered their fair share of internal strife over the last two seasons as well as lose their top-flight berth.
He added: "You look what happened to Wolves. Unless you get back at the first attempt it's not easy. We changed things around in the summer and it's worked out so far, and we've been very lucky we've got a good board of directors."