Daniel Farke revealed he has no new injury concerns ahead of Norwich City's match with Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road this Saturday (12.30pm).
All players returned back fit to training last week after the international break and after the Middlesbrough game and a full week's worth of training, Farke has an almost fully fit squad.
"It's been a good week. Everyone is in training and it's been good to have a proper week of training," he said at his pre-match press conference.
"Several players were late to return last week after the international break but we've had a full week so it's good for everyone to be back together."
Farke was full of praise for his backroom staff's role in ensuring 99% of players are fit and available for QPR.
"Big, big compliments to our physios and sports science team. We've handled the load in training and the attitude of the players has been good.
"It's never guaranteed. You could have a bad tackle and you cannot stop that. But we've had so few muscle injuries and that shows we are doing something right."
There was more positive news when Farke revealed Carlton Morris will make his comeback from injury for the Under-23s at Southampton tonight.
"Carlton Morris will get some minutes on the pitch tonight. With the other players, we are careful. We have three games next week and we don't want to risk anything.
"He was out for so long. For the last few days, he's been there in team training. But he has trained with the U23s recently and it will be good for him to play 11v11."