Goalkeeper Liam Reddy feels Perth Glory are using squad rotation well at the busiest time of the season.
The Glory have led the A-League table since round 4 and are showing no sign of flagging as the campaign passes the midway point.
Perth have played eight games since the start of December, suffering just one defeat in that time.
It's kept them clear of their rivals, and they have shown resilience after falling to their only loss of the campaign when they went down 2-1 at home to Sydney FC in the last game before Christmas.
The Glory had won four in a row going into Saturday's trip to Melbourne City but had to settle for a point in a goalless draw.
Coach Tony Popovic has made 16 changes to his starting line-ups over the past three games, with of them coming against City in what was the club's first scoreless draw since 2015.
Reddy, though, says the changes have had no ill-effect on the team.
As Popovic contemplates a few more switches for Wednesday's visit of Adelaide United to HBF Park, Reddy said: "Everyone comes in and does the job that's required of them. It's a great luxury to have in terms of having a deep squad and everybody's going to get used through these games.
"It's a positive that players are coming in and doing really well. It shows that we've got a really tight-knit group of players and staff and we're all pushing for the one thing."
The keeper, who is the only Glory player to have started every match this season, expected Adelaide to provide a stern test following their win over Western Sydney.
"Adelaide's a tough team," he said. "Isaias is a key player for them and if we can shut him down it will go a long way to helping us get the three points."
The Glory are 11/10 to win their next game against Adelaide, who are 12/5, with the draw 12/5.
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