Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge has returned to training for the first time in two months as he awaits to make first-team return.
The England striker has been out since December 6 after being sidelined because of protracted hamstring injury problems.
The 26-year-old, who has only played for 106 minutes under Jürgen Klopp, was spotted training with team-mates who didn’t start in their 2-0 defeat to Leicester.
According to Klopp, Sturridge is expected to endure 10 – 12 days of intensive consecutive training before he will consider him for selection to the first team, making it clear that the England international will not be available for selection for the German boss for Saturday’s Premier League fixture against Sunderland or next Tuesday’s FA Cup replay at West Ham.
Sturridge is set to improve Klopp’s attacking line, as he looks forward to boost the number of games he has played this season.
Sturridge has made 6 appearance in all completions this season, with only three Premier League starts.
Besides, Liverpool have received yet another boost after Coutinho and Origi are set for comebacks.