Jürgen Klopp has no fresh injury concerns to contend with ahead of Saturday's meeting with West Ham United.

Only Nathaniel Clyne, who resumed full training last week having missed the entirety of the season so far with a back problem, is set to be unavailable for the Hammers' visit to Anfield.

When asked during his pre-match press conference on Friday whether he has any major doubts for the Premier League clash, Klopp replied: “Not really in this moment.

“Little things always; little stomach [problem] here and there, but should be OK. Nobody said today to me that they are still out, but we had one or two players with little issues. Stomach-wise, they should be OK, hopefully.

“[Nobody is a real doubt] in the moment, no.”

Emre Can comes back into contention after missing the 5-0 win against FC Porto due to a Champions League suspension.

West Ham boss David Moyes, meanwhile, is similarly upbeat about the availability of his squad ahead of their trip to L4.

"It's good news, we've got a lot of players back training. We're without the long-termers Andy Carroll, Pedro Obiang and Edmilson Fernandes but in the main we're close to getting the players back.

"Manuel Lanzini is back training, he's running around and hopefully that's him fit for the rest of the season. Winston Reid is back and will be part of the squad too."

Moyes will be without Arthur Masuaku due to suspension, though.