BURNLEY have been boosted by winger Ross Wallace's return to full fitness after he came through 90 minutes in the Lancashire FA Senior Cup in midweek.

Wallace played the full game in the Clarets' win over Oldham, his first 90 minutes since undergoing knee surgery in August, and could now be considered for Saturday's Championship trip to QPR.

Keith Treacy and Danny Lafferty have also recovered from knocks that kept them out of Tuesday's goalless draw with Brighton.

"Danny had a tight thigh, Keith had a stiff neck but that's settled down so they're back in the pack," said Clarets boss Sean Dyche.

"Ross had his 90, which is good for him mentally to get through that.

"That's another one coming back into the group."