Daniel Sturridge could return to Liverpool's starting line-up against Stoke City on Sunday, according to the Daily Mail.
The striker, who scored nine goals in 12 Premier League games before picking up an ankle injury, has been out of action since the end of November.
The Liverpool striker's last appearance came against Everton when the former Chelsea and Manchester City forward scored an all-important equaliser in his side's 3-3 draw against Everton at Goodison Park.
Sturridge, 24, has reportedly now shrugged off his injury and could be reinstated into Brendan Rodgers' starting line-up.
The England international's return to full fitness will give Liverpool a timely boost as Rodgers' side face both Everton and Arsenal within the next four weeks.
England boss Roy Hodgson will also be delighted with news of Sturridge's return to full fitness, especially after Three Lions star Theo Walcott was ruled out of this summer's World Cup in Brazil with a knee injury.
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