Liverpool forward Danny Ings has revealed that he picked up a knock last Sunday in their Premier League derby match against Everton, this is according to Liverpool Echo.
Ings was handed a start by Brendan Rodgers and he rewarded the faith in him with a goal. Notwithstanding, he was substituted at Goodison Park after hurting his ankle.
For the former Burnley striker, it was second goal in five appearances for the Kop where he is growingly become a mainstay at the club following his work ethics and prolific finishes.
Despite injury, the 23-year-old England international thinks he will he can still play for the Three Lions. England will be playing against Lithuania and Estonia in the international break.
“I just rolled my ankle a little bit under Phil Jagielka’s legs,” the former Burnley striker stated.
“These knocks happen in every game and your adrenalin gets you through. I just need to look after it for the next couple of days.”
It is worth noting that the Three Lions have already qualified for the Euro 2016 competition. So, it will be an opportunity for Roy Hudson to take a look at the other players that can make his team.
Danny Ings joins the likes of Dele Alli and Tom Heaten and players yet to earn an England Cap but they will all be hoping to feature for the Three Lions the first time in their career.
After the interlull, Ings will be hoping to retain his first team position despite the return from injury of Christian Benteke.
Meanwhile, Liverpool are yet without a coach following the sack of Brendan Rodgers but we hope to see a new manager for the Kop in the coming days.