Sheffield Wednesday take on Hull City at the weekend.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal has confirmed, on the club's official Twitter account, that Fernando Forestieri, Daniel Pudil and Barry Bannan have all made good progress over the international break.
The trio have been struggling with knocks in recent weeks, but the break from action has given them a chance to recover from any fitness problems they may have been nursing.
And Carvalhal says that all three have benefitted from the time away from competitive action.
CC: Fernando, Pudil and Bannan have moved closer to where we want them to be over the last two weeks, they are more ready #swfcLIVE— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) October 15, 2015
It is unknown whether Forestieri, Pudil and Bannan will start for the Owls this weekend against Hull City, as Carvalhal's line-ups have been hard to predict this season.
The Owls coach has consistently rotated throughout the campaign, with almost every member of his first-team squad having had to spend time on the substitutes' bench.
Carvalhal has a selection dilemma ahead of this weekend, too, given that Wednesday have been in such good form of late.
The Yorkshire side have won their last four matches on the bounce, and they could move into a play-off position if they are able to beat Hull on Saturday.