Jurgen Klopp has outlined how near Fabinho is to starting again for Liverpool and confirmed the latest injury updates.
The Reds take on Wolves away tomorrow evening in the Premier League.
And the boss indicated all players will be "soon back" as his squad options are set to be significantly bolstered.
Klopp said: "Dejan [Lovren] trained now since Monday. First steps out there on the pitch, it's good.
"[James] Milner and Naby [Keita] are not in team training.
"[Xherdan Shaqiri] is not in team training. But all soon back."
Brazilian midfielder Fabinho has been on the sidelines since November with an ankle injury.
He made his return in the 2-0 win against Manchester United at Anfield at the weekend, coming on for Sadio Mane in the closing stages.
Asked about Fabinho's progress, Klopp said: "Sensationally good that we have him back.
"How close is he to starting? I don't know exactly.
"It was a long time out - not too long thank God, but it was long enough. He needs to find rhythm again.
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"We will see how we introduce him, step by step. But it's the best news you can get that we have these boys back.
"That we have Joel [Matip] back. That Dejan is on the way back."
Klopp added: "We played through the toughest period with two centre-halves, and our 'fifth' centre-half Fabinho was injured as well so that was really tough.
"Now we have to make sure the boys are in the best possible shape before we use them again.
"We will do that with training sessions - Fab has been in more than a week which is good.
"In a different squad situation, maybe he would have trained last week around the Man United game rather than being involved.
"But he had a few minutes and that was good for him as well. Getting closer and closer."