Daniel Agger is fit to return to the Liverpool side to face Bolton this weekend, Kenny Dalglish has revealed.
The 27-year-old sat out last weekend's stalemate with Stoke through injury but is now back on the training pitch.
Lucas Leiva (knee) and Jay Spearing (hamstring) are Dalglish's only injury concerns.
"We're alright," the boss told his pre-match press conference. "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, aye."
Asked what Agger's problem had been, the boss responded: "I said the injury was on-going last week, so we've just got to manage it."
Meanwhile, Lucas Leiva will shortly return from Brazil, where he underwent knee surgery after being ruled out for the season.
"He's coming back over shortly and he's fine," said Dalglish. "He's missing us and wants to get back. There are no problems. We don't know what the date is."
Elsewhere, Dalglish welcomed news of Liverpool's new kit deal with Warrior Sports Inc - and believes it demonstrates the value of the Reds' global appeal.
The deal, which will come into effect from June 1, 2012, will see Warrior create LFC's home, away and third strips, as well as training wear, for the next six years.
And Dalglish is hopeful the partnership will see plenty of success on the pitch together over the coming years.
The boss told reporters at Melwood: "The deal endorses what we keep saying - the club is a massive worldwide institution.
"It helps (to grow the club further), but the greatest help we can do for ourselves is to make sure we get some success on the pitch - and we'll try our best to do that.
"Finances are all very well and good - and if you don't have any finances it makes it difficult to be successful - but I think success on the pitch is the biggest factor for us, and also the history and tradition of the football club is a fantastic selling point for us."
Dalglish added: "It's important to continue the progress. I don't think anybody here wants to be unsuccessful, so the better the results, the better chance we have of being successful.
"Everybody wants to achieve whatever we can and push onwards and upwards. We'll not set any goals or ambitions, but we want to do as well as we possibly can. I don't see how you can get a better goal than that.
"With regards to the kit deal, overall the club has been very loyal to not only the shirt sponsors, but also the manufacturers. We've only had Umbro, adidas, Reebok and then back to adidas and now it is Warrior.
"We had a fantastic relationship with adidas. Obviously they may be a little disappointed we've moved on, but then adidas got into the club in the same way Warrior have - through fit and proper commercial discussions.
"adidas have been fantastic supporters of the football club, as every other sponsor has. When you consider that we've only had three or four, I think that is a reflection of how loyal the club is.
"With shirt sponsor deals, we were the first club to do it in Britain with Hitachi. Then we had Crown Paints, Candy and Carlsberg, and now Standard Chartered. Two out of the previous four are still heavily involved with the football club, so I think that tells you how good the relationship has been with people involved with the club over the past years."