DEFENDER Dejan Lovren could return to Liverpool's squad for Sunday's visit of Burnley after a two-month absence with a hamstring injury.

The Croatia international was back in full training on Thursday but manager Jurgen Klopp has yet to decide whether he can be thrown back into the action.

"Dejan trained yesterday for the first time, full, completely normal," said Klopp.

"He was out for a while, so we have to see how his fitness is exactly."

Fellow centre-back Joe Gomez, who has been out since early December with a fractured leg sustained against Burnley, is also training outside.

"Joe is now running with 100 per cent of his weight. Now he is really at 100 per cent and it's good, it looks good," added Klopp.

"Most of the (returns) will probably be after the international break, for example Joe and stuff like that."

Midfielder James Milner has been struggling with a muscle injury but Klopp is confident he will be ready.

"It is Millie, so everything heals quicker with him. I think if you ask Millie he would say, 'I will be ready'' but we have to see," said the Reds boss.

"He trained yesterday with the rehab coach and we will see what he is doing today."