Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says striker Daniel Sturridge will undergo a late fitness test ahead of this weekend's game against Manchester City.
The Englishman has been ruled out for weeks after suffering a knee injury but could face the Citizens on Saturday.
"[Jordan Henderson] is in a really good way," Klopp told reporters.
"Next week, maybe parts of team training, we will see. But he's in a really good way.
"[Mamadou Sakho] is good news. It's not that serious as we thought in the first moment.
"We don't want to give you a time – you can ask every day – but it's not Christmas 2016! So that's good. Between now and 2016! [Laughs] It's good news, it's not too serious.
"He [Jordan Rossiter] will start on Sunday with normal team training. He finishes his rehab tomorrow and will be in team training on Sunday.
"He [Daniel Sturridge] is as fit as he can be after this long break. He has trained with us.
"Of course he is not at 100 per cent, so now we will have to see.
"I don't know what I will do tomorrow when I name the squad. I have to think about it.
"His quality is outstanding, we don't have to talk about it, but like everybody he needs training.
"Today was his third full exercise with the team after four-and-a-half to five weeks' break."