Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana has become a forgotten man at Anfield in the past year, as more bad luck with injuries has limited his first-team action.
But the 30-year-old has started his latest comeback in the past few games with some senior appearances and will be looking to get back into contention on a regular basis.
The Reds travel to Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday for a vital Champions League group stage match and ideally need three points to boost their chances of qualification.
Manager Jurgen Klopp is without midfield pair Jordan Henderson and Xherdan Shaqiri against Red Star, which is why the door could possibly be open for Lallana.
Lallana could certainly do with a good display if he gets an opportunity in midweek and has plenty of work to do if he’s to break back into the starting XI permanently..
The creative playmaker has been a major favourite of the manager in the past and his high work-rate makes him an ideal fit.
He would surely love to get back on track by showing his qualities on the European stage and the two-footed ace has the brilliant ability to go both ways.
Liverpool are going to need the full depth of their squad to compete on all fronts this season and Lallana is someone that can play an important first-team role.