The midfielder and striker have had to settle for a place on the substitutes' bench as Newcastle racked up four straight wins, with the manager hesitant to alter his starting XI.
The boss is reticent to change his team after posting four successive wins - including surprise victories over Chelsea and Tottenham - and climbing to sixth in the Premier League.
Pardew revealed several players are asking to be involved but that he will keep faith with the players who have served him so well in recent times.
"I have had a few knocks on my door this morning from players who want to play," he told the Shields Gazette. "Steven Taylor, Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse, Vurnon Anita, Jonas Gutierrez are all not playing at the moment, and they are desperate to play."
The manager said the depth in the team is a pleasant problem to have.
"We have got - which we didn't have last year - real competition for places, and that does bode well. I have empathy for them, but at the minute, they have got to wait for their chance," he said. "I wouldn't call them fringe players by any stretch of the imagination. I would class them as first-team players who are actually out of the team at the minute.
"They have an opportunity and, like [Mike] Williamson has proved, if you get an opportunity, then I will show faith and keep picking the player. Everybody has got an opportunity, an equal opportunity."
Pardew added that he has been "so disappointed" to leave French defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa out, but the form of Williamson had been too good.
Newcastle's next Premier League task sees it travel to Swansea City on Wednesday.