Wigan manager Roberto Martinez says his side must begin to pick up points, starting against Swansea on Saturday at the Liberty Stadium.
The Latics have got off to another poor start again this Premier League season and lie three points and four places behind their Welsh opponents in the table.
Martinez is relieved after all his international contingent returned to the north west unscathed and he said: "The players that were involved are used to playing a lot and their fitness levels are very good.
"The only injury concern we have had is with Antolin Alcaraz and these two weeks have been very good in his rehabilitation period.
"We expect Antolin to come back within the next two weeks because he has already been doing some work with the team and has joined the group a lot earlier than we expected.
"The players that didn't go away with national teams have got a lot out of the two weeks and have been able to work hard a refresh themselves.
"The focus now is to get as many points as possible for Wigan Athletic."