Trent Alexander-Arnold is hopeful of a return to Liverpool action on Sunday when they host West Ham United.
The right-back is currently recovering from a hamstring issue and is yet to return to full training but was back on the turf on Wednesday as the players were put through their paces ahead of Thursday's clash with LASK in the Europa League.
The Reds begin their European campaign against the Austrian side at the Raiffeisen Arena in the day's early kick-off and much speculation has surrounded just how strong Jurgen Klopp will go in a group they are expected to win comfortably.
Thiago Alcantara was not involved in today's session in front of the media as he continues to recover from his hip issue, although vice-captain Alexander-Arnold was working on his own tailored training programme ahead of a possible comeback this weekend.
The defender was seen out on the grass conducting light work alone away from the main group. It is understood Alexander-Arnold is hopeful of a push for fitness ahead of the weekend's game against West Ham, with his prospects believed to be '50/50' for the Premier League clash. Further assessment will take place in the coming days.
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Elsewhere, Jarell Quansah was fit to take part after suffering a minor injury in the closing stages of Saturday's 3-1 win over Wolves.
Quansah made his full debut at the weekend as he started alongside Joel Matip but was forced off late on as the Reds came back to win in the Black Country after a poor first half.
Ibrahima Konate, fresh from his cameo at Molineux, was also involved as he looks to make his firstRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk