Queens Park Rangers boss Chris Ramsey has admitted that he is delighted with his current group of players.
Ramsey, who saw his side take 10 points from a possible 15 prior to the two-week international break, is now looking to prolong a three-match winning run over the next week.
"We've got some healthy competition here now," he told the club's official website. "All the lads here are pushing each other - pushing each other for starting berths - in training and on matchdays.
"The break probably came at the wrong time with us registering three wins in a row, but the lads have shown a great attitude in the last fortnight.
"They've had a couple of days off over the last two weeks, but that's it. The focus has been very much on preparing for a tough week ahead, with three fixtures in eight days, starting tomorrow against Forest."
QPR find themselves in fourth place in the Championship table, three points adrift of early leaders Brighton & Hove Albion.