Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge posts injury update on Twitter

Daniel Sturridge reveals that he's set to return to full training with Liverpool next week

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Daniel Sturridge has revealed that he is looking forward to finally returning to full training with Liverpool next week.

The striker has been out of action since early September due to thigh and calf problems but is now closing in on a comeback.

Sturridge watched on as Liverpool were beaten 2-1 by Chelsea at Anfield on Saturday.

And the 25-year-old took to Twitter after the game to voice his disappointment at the result and update fans about his return to fitness.

Sturridge tweeted: “Shame about the result today. Deserved something from the game. Looking forward to resuming full training next week.”

Earlier in the day, Sturridge revealed that he is targeting a return to action against Crystal Palace after the international break.

“I’ll be ready for that one [the Palace clash], God willing,” Sturridge told BT Sport.

Regarding his spell on the sidelines, he added: “It’s the worst feeling to be honest but that’s football. Everyone picks injuries up.”

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