Andy Yiadom says he is raring to go again to help the Royal cause this weekend, as Mark Bowen's side gear up to face Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Saturday afternoon.
The Ghana international returned from a two-month injury absence to face table-topping West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday, with the Royals eventually coming away with a 2-1 defeat on the night.
But attention has quickly turned to the test of the Owls, who are in need of a win - having taken victory just once in their last nine league outings as they've fallen away from the league's top six.
Now that Yiadom has been able to contribute in blue and white hoops once more, he's excited by the challenge of contributing during the league's run-in.
"The games are coming thick and fast, we've got Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday so it's a quick turnaround, we'll rest well and we go again.
"I want to give it my all and bring the qualities I've got to the team. There's still a long way to go, anything can happen.
"We take each game as it comes, but we need to try and start getting some points on the board - which is what we're going to try and do.
"There were some glimpses in the West Brom game where we played some tidy stuff. We just want to take the good, positive bits into Saturday's game."