Liverpool have been handed a boost in recent times, with Nathaniel Clyne finally returning to full first-team training, the Daily Mail reports.
The England international is yet to make a senior appearance this season but is now back in and amongst the first-team, as he aims to end the season on a high.
Clyne has suffered a number of setbacks in his pursuit to return to full fitness but appears to have finally made enough progress to get back on the pitch.
It’s understood that Clyne is still some way away from full fitness but this should not pose too great a problem to Jurgen Klopp, who has seen Trent Alexander-Arnold turn in some impressive displays at right-back during his maiden season in senior football.
Clyne will also be keen to impress when he does return for the Reds, with his 2018 World Cup place with England in jeopardy following his injury woes.