QPR manager Mark Warburton expects on-loan Tottenham midfielder Luke Amos to return to action after the international break.
Amos, who spent most of last season out with a knee injury, has missed recent Rangers matches due to a hamstring problem.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is keen for the youngster to pick up first-team experience in the Championship during his season on loan in west London.
But Amos has yet to really get going for Rangers, who have made a promising start to the campaign.
However, Warburton believes Amos will be available for QPR’s next game, against Hull City, along with Grant Hall.
Defender Hall, who was previously at Tottenham, has missed the last couple of games, having managed to re-establish himself in the side following a long-term knee problem.
Warburton told West London Sport: “Luke should be ready after the international break and Grant should be too. Grant had done very well for us.”
QPR bounced back from two successive defeats by beating Blackburn 4-2 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Saturday.
Warburton said: “The players are moving the ball well and creating chances against good teams. If we can be more clinical in front of goal then we’re really going to hurt teams. We’ll have good day and bad days and need to keep going.
“We contained Blackburn, grew into the game and then deserved the victory.”