Liverpool have been handed a boost ahead of their clash with Crystal Palace this weekend after Mohamed Salah was pictured in training with his team-mates.

Salah has been struggling with an ankle injury since their win over Leicester on October 5 and aggravated the problem against Manchester City before the international break.

A report from Sky Sports News claimed Salah and left-back Andy Robertson would be ruled out of Saturday's game at Anfield.

But Salah provided hope that may not be the case as he was pictured at Melwood being put through his paces alongside his team-mates.

Mohamad Salah provided Liverpool an injury boost by featuring in training

Jordan Henderson was also spotted after shaking off a viral infection which saw him miss England's trip to Kosovo.

Salah was pictured wearing a protective boot before pulling out of international duty with Egypt, whilst Jurgen Klopp gave an update on his ankle after the Manchester City win.

Salah was seen kicking the ball and being put through his paces

Klopp said: “I think it is more really annoying - for him, not me - the fact that the injury always has a bit of fluid in, and he has to deal with it, we get it out and it comes back, and stuff like that."

It is unclear the level of his involvement in training, but there is now hope he could be able to feature as the Reds aim to maintain their stunning run of form.

Jordan Henderson has shaken off the viral infection he suffered on international duty

Robertson was also seen walking out to the training field with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, prompting hopes he could also play.

After missing Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifiers against Cyprus and Kazakhstan, Robertson said: “I don’t care what game it is, I want to play it and my track record in the last five years has shown that.

Liverpool's other injury concern, Andy Robertson, was also spotted on the pitch

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"But I don’t want to pick up more injuries and ruin my season because of it.

"I’ve had to listen to the people around me when previously I would have told them to beat it. The fact my ankle has swollen up again has made it easier to miss these games.

"For the last two and a half weeks I’ve not trained at all for Liverpool . I’ve trained the day before a game, missed a Champions League game other than the last 15 minutes against Genk and missed Arsenal in the League Cup.”