Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is one of the few Premier League managers who has had the luxury of having a fully fit squad to choose from for most of the season.
The north London club have managed to keep all their players fit despite playing in four different competitions giving the manager all the freedom when it comes to team selection and squad rotation.
The White Hart Lane outfit are coming off of a tough week following their exit from the Europa League and their Capital One Cup defeat at the hands of Chelsea on Sunday, but they still have the top four challenge to look forward to and have kept that hope alive with victory over Swansea City on Wednesday.
Pochettino's men now travel across London to face rivals Queens Park Rangers in a re-arranged fixture and a victory over Chris Ramsey's side will take Spurs above Southampton into sixth place just three points behind Manchester United in third.
The Argentine manager has confirmed that his squad have no injury concerns after the midweek game against Swansea and that his only headache is to select the right squad for the game at Loftus Road.
"The squad is fully fit and the only choice I have to make is the squad for QPR," Pochettino said, as quoted on Spurs' official site.
Meanwhile, Tottenham winger Andros Townsend, who spent a season on loan at QPR is looking forward to going back to Loftus Road to see the fans and the players, but his main focus is to bring back the three points and continue their assault for a place in next season's Champions League.
"I had a great time at QPR and it will be great to see the players and the fans again and of course Chris Ramsey, who I worked with in the development squad here," Townsend told Tottenham's official site.
"In many ways it's a great occasion for me but first and foremost we've got to go and get the three points," the English winger added.