Eliota Fuimaono-Sapolu and Mike Tindall will return to the training this week which gives Redpath even more weapons at his disposal, something the Head Coach welcomes although he's quick to pay tribute to the players who have done Gloucester proud in the opening weeks of the season.
"Eli will be back in training this week and so will Tindall. Qera was back at the end of last week so he's back in the mix and in contention for Friday which is good with Hazey out injured."
"We've been scratching around for a wee while now and I've got to take my hat off to the boys who've been here for the last six to eight weeks. They've really dug in, in circumstances that some of them haven't faced before."
"There has been the odd frustration but, on the whole, you can't question the work rate of the players. We gave them a couple of days off last week as that'll probably be the last break they get until the Six Nations."
"The players are frustrated as well because they feel we should have beaten Sale last week and we should have beaten Northampton. If you'd said to me that we'd win five out of six and score nearly 60 points in your first LV= Cup game, then I'd have been very happy!"
"But the reality is that we won three out of six and had a great result against Sale on Saturday. So, there's still lots to work on. The season is nine months long and not three months long."
And the simple fact of the matter is that Gloucester now need to be as close to full strength as they can be as a gruelling set of fixtures lies in wait, a fact not lost upon Redpath:
"We've got to work hard now right up until probably the end of January as we don't get any leeway in terms of the games we're facing."
"Up until we place Wasps on Boxing Day I think we've got ten games where we've got a real battle on our hands in terms of the Premiership, Heineken and LV= Cup."
"Having the World Cup boys come back means that we'll have real competition for places. Browny (Alex Brown) is potentially the only one missing long term with his shoulder issues which are probably going to require surgery."
"So, Jim Hamilton will be massively important and Tom Savage has put his hand up and done extremely well and improved most games. We've been very impressed with him."