QPR winger Yeni Ngbakoto is set to be available for next Saturday's home game with Norwich City.
The Frenchman has had a difficult time since moving to Loftus Road, with his father passing away before he suffered a thigh injury.
But he is now back on the QPR training ground and available for selection as is Ariel Borysiuk, who missed the 1-1 draw at Nottingham Forest due to a family issue.
Massimo Luongo was forced to pull out of Australia duty due to a foot injury and is touch and go as to whether he will return to the Rangers squad next weekend.
However, Sandro and Steven Caulker (groin) are both doubts for the meeting with the Canaries.
Jake Bidwell is not expected to return until the beginning of December after dislocating his shoulder.
The former Brentford captain is currently in non-contact training.
Former QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink explained: “Bidwell is going to be back at the beginning of December. He's training but can't have contact.
“Yeni is back. Sandro is injured. Caulker is injured – his groin. Ariel was another thing – he was going to play today but had a family issue so he had to fly back to Poland.
“Massimo has a little problem with his foot and it was one of those we couldn't risk at Forest. He might be all right.”