Liverpool vice-captain Trent Alexander-Arnold could return to action against West Ham this Sunday afternoon.
The Reds defender has been recovering from a hamstring injury that forced him to withdraw from England duty.
Alexander-Arnold sustained the issue during the 3-0 win over Aston Villa and went straight down the tunnel after limping off.
The right-back then missed Liverpool's win away at Wolves before not being named in the travelling squad for their Europa League opener.
However, after recovering over the last few weeks, he could be set to feature at Anfield this weekend.
The 24-year-old is targeting a return to the Liverpool line-up against West Ham on Sunday afternoon.
Alexander-Arnold underwent a scan last week that showed his hamstring injury was minor.
Jurgen Klopp has since confirmed his right-back is already out running on the training ground.
However, he will play no part in their Europa League clash against LASK with that game coming too soon for him.
The defender will continue his recovery back on Merseyside instead, hoping to be fit enough for the weekend's meeting with the Hammers.
Alexander-Arnold's injury came at an awful time for Klopp, who was already without captain Virgil van Dijk due to suspension.
Joe Gomez took his place at right-back against Wolves but had a torrid time up against Pedro Neto in the West Midlands.
So having their star back for their upcoming Premier League clash will be a huge boost for the Reds.
And all fingers will be crossed in hopes that Alexander-Arnold is fit enough to feature at Anfield on Sunday.
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