Kenny Dalglish expects Daniel Agger to come back into his plans for Liverpool's trip to Bolton on Saturday.
The Denmark international sat out last weekend's Anfield stalemate with Stoke after suffering a slight knock, but he has returned to training and is looking to put himself back in contention.
With Agger poised to make his return at the Reebok Stadium, Dalglish has few injury concerns to contend with.
Jay Spearing is still nursing a hamstring problem, but could be ready, while Lucas Leiva will miss the remainder of the campaign with damaged knee ligaments.
"We're alright," Dalglish told the Reds' official website.
"We just need to have a look at Jay, see how he goes. Apart from that, I don't think there's anybody else we need to worry about.
"Agger is okay."
Pressed on what Agger has been struggling with, the Scot refused to go into specifics.
He said: "I said the injury was ongoing last week, so we've just got to manage it."
While Lucas will not return to action until next season, Dalglish has confirmed that the Brazilian is heading back to Merseyside after undergoing surgery in his homeland.
"He's coming back over shortly and he's fine," he said.
"He's missing us and wants to get back. There are no problems. We don't know what the date is."
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