Liverpool defender Martin Kelly is targeting a swift return to action from his latest hamstring injury.
The 21-year-old, who missed the end of last season due to a similar fitness problem, was forced off after half-an-hour of the win over Bolton last time out.
Scans have shown the injury is not serious and Kelly is hoping to return to training later this week.
"We had a scan and it was good news - it was only a slight strain," Kelly told the club's official website. "I'll build up training this week."
The injury came at a bad time for Kelly after he was tipped for a call-up to the England squad for the Euro 2012 qualifiers after catching the eye of England coach Fabio Capello.
Kelly admits he was disappointed to miss out on the opportunity of getting a call-up to the senior England side and hopes he is now over his injury problems.
"I was disappointed because obviously the England manager had talked about me but I know if I keep working hard my time will come," added Kelly.
"The first thing I thought was, 'Can I carry on?' We tried a few exercises on the side but I don't think it was worth it. I could have maybe played on but (it was important to) get it right, with the history of hamstring trouble I had last season.
"I've done quite a lot of work over the last six months. Touch wood this will be the last.
"It's all part of football. You're going to get injuries. This is just a slight injury - no more than two weeks. It should be fine after that, injuries won't trouble me. It's just an unlucky time in the game for me."