"No question about it. This week, from Monday through to Wednesday, we've had 30 odd players."
"That's great in some respects because it creates some selection dilemmas, you've got a lot of players fit and it puts pressure on players to perform well because they know there's someone waiting to come in and take their place."
With Gloucester having qualified for the quarter final of the Amlin Challenge Cup and semi final of the LV= Cup as well as several tough Guinness Premiership outings ahead of them, squad management will be key.
"It's not really a time for chopping and changing now. We're not going to make ten changes again like we did last weekend which was mainly due to boys being away with the Saxons, Scotland and U20s."
"No, we've got a reasonably good bill of health and fair play to the physios and conditioners who have had a bit of flak over the past six months but who have now got a group up and ready to rumble."
"What we need to do is keep everybody on their toes and not have anyone coming in who might be a bit rusty because, in certain positions, you can't come in without having played."
Because of the injuries, some players may have played more than they would perhaps have anticipated before the season started and Redpath paid tribute to those individuals.
"Fair play to some of the players. They've dug deep and played without a break for four or five months, some of them playing through niggles."
"With more options and some fresher bodies, we should now have a re-energised squad available and not simply be putting people out there because they're not broken."
"Credit to them, they've dug in massively over the past three months."