Daniel Sturridge has reportedly completed his first full training session at Liverpool's Melwood training facility for the first time in two months.
The striker is reported to have completed the entire training session and came away unscathed following the afternoon session. This will come as excellent news to both Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool fans, who have begun to grow frustrated with the English international's seeming unwillingness to play through certain pain barriers.
The 26-year-old was ruled out of Leicester's game on Tuesday night and at the time, Klopp commented on the situation by saying "He cannot play tomorrow and for sure against Leicester but I don't know what happens after Leicester.
"He is a very good player but in this moment he is not available so we don't have to talk too much about him."
Klopp might have to do a lot more talking about Sturridge if he can return to fitness as Liverpool are in dire need of a striker given Christian Benteke's current poor form.
Klopp is also set to have Philippe Coutinho, Divock Origi and Martin Skrtl as options in the coming days as his squad begins to take a better shape than what we have seen in recent weeks.
It will also come as excellent new to England fans as Sturridge could make a late run to join Harry Kane, Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy in what could be one of Euro 2016's most dominant attacking fronts.