The 23-year-old Liverpool striker delivers positive injury update ahead of Capital One Cup clash

According to the thesportreview.com, Liverpool striker Danny Ings has revealed that he is on his way to return from a cruciate knee ligament injury. Former Burnley striker has not played since last October after suffering his knee during the training session.

Since undergoing surgery for treatment, Ings is trying hard to return to full fitness as he targets to make a comeback in time for the start of the 2016/17 campaign.

The striker joined Liverpool from Burnley in the summer of 2015. He scored 3 goals in 6 games in all competitions before having his term cut short.

The 23-year-old forward shared the video on his Twitter account and it starts with footage of the training ground incident that ended his season. Merseyside Reds attacker was spotted at the training ground several times; while also doing routine exercises at the gym as well as in the pool. However, there is no proof he has begun ball work.

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Head coach Jurgen Klopp does not believe he will feature this term again. So, It indicates that Ings will miss out the possiblity of winning his first title when Anfield club faces Citizens in the Capital One Cup final on 28 February.

Meanwhile, Liverpool delivered a second injury boost during the weekend after defender Lloyd Jones made his first start in the rehabilitation from an ankle injury that has prevented him out since last October. The youngster suffered the blow during his time at Blackpool and was forced to terminate his loan spell with Championship outfit and return to his home club for treatment.

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