Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has cast doubt over claims he could miss the rest of the season, after taking part in light training on Wednesday.
The 27-year-old was rumoured to be facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a recurrence of a hip injury, which could have ended his season.
But with the Reds preparing to take on Watford on Monday night, Sturridge was pictured in training at Melwood on Wednesday.
He was not part of team training, however, instead jogging around the pitch as he builds up his fitness with an eye to returning between now and the closing clash with Middlesbrough on May 21.
The 17-year-old could be part of Klopp’s squad in Hertfordshire, with Sturridge still far from full fitness, though the German will hope for more experienced options.
Meanwhile, long-term absentees Adam Bogdan and Danny Ings are stepping up their recovery from respective knee injuries.
Hungary goalkeeper Bogdan saw his season-long loan spell with Wigan Athletic end prematurely after rupturing his ACL, but has since begun individual training sessions.
Ings is continuing his rehabilitation in the gym at Melwood, with Lallana commending his dedication in a post on Instagram.
Liverpool have four games left to play between now and the end of the season, with a top-four finish still very much in sight.