Don’t ask Grant Hall to pick QPR’s starting line-up at the moment.
In the last three games, Ian Holloway has alternated between the attacking partnerships, starting Yeni N’Gbakoto and Idriss Sylla against Barnsley before choosing Conor Washington and Matt Smith at Leeds.
He also has Jamie Mackie, promising youngster Sean Goss and Ryan Manning and Ravel Morrison sitting on the bench.
It remains to be seen which way Ollie will go for the visit of basement boys Rotherham United on Saturday, but Hall isn’t envious of his manager’s options.
“The form they’ve all been in, I think they all deserve a place in the team,” he said. “That’s not possible with the players we’ve got.
“Sylla and Yeni did really well in the week for us, Matt and Conor were magnificent at Leeds. To have that strength in depth is good for us.”
Rangers have tended towards a 3-4-3 formation in recent weeks but they shifted to 4-4-1-1 against the Tykes.
While Hall admits that he is most accustomed to play in the middle of a defensive trio, he remains encouraged by the adaptability of his team-mates that sees him pushed in and out of his ideal position.
“I’m used to playing in the middle of a three now,” he said. “I think it works for us, especially away from home on the counter.
“We know different formation during the game now, we can switch straight away. We know what we’re doing as a team and are all working for each other.”