Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is busy putting his side through their paces this pre-season, with scoring goals on the agenda.
The 49-year-old welcomed his squad back to Melwood at the beginning of July, with his international stars returning throughout the month.
Having already secured two warmup victories over Tranmere Rovers and Fleetwood Town this summer, Klopp will be pleased with how his side are preparing ahead of 2016/17.
Most recently at Melwood, Klopp has overseen work on Liverpool’s attacking play, including shooting practice.
With summer signing Loris Karius, veteran trialist Alex Manninger and out-of-favour Adam Bogdan all taking turns in goal, the likes of Danny Ings, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino all had attempts from inside the penalty area.
Ings showcased his technical quality, taking down a long ball excellently on the turn at one stage, as well as going close with a backheel flick that left Manninger rooted.
The 23-year-old scored in the Reds’ opening friendly win over Tranmere, and played the opening 45 minutes away to Fleetwood on Wednesday evening.
Klopp has an abundance of attacking talent at his disposal this summer, particularly following the £30 million signing of Sadio Mane, while Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi are both due to return in the coming weeks.
After two more domestic friendlies against Wigan Athletic (July 17) and Huddersfield Town (July 20), the Reds travel to the US for clashes with Chelsea, AC Milan and AS Roma.
Rounding off their pre-season schedule with two fixtures in two days, first against Barcelona at Wembley Stadium and then away to Klopp’s former side Mainz, Liverpool then start their Premier League campaign at Arsenal on August 13.