Ibrahima Konate is available for Liverpool's Premier League meeting with Tottenham Hotspur.

The centre-back was omitted from the Reds’ squad for their midweek win at West Ham United, with Jürgen Klopp explaining post-match that his absence was due to a need for him to recover from his recent exertions.

The manager stated that Konate was not injured and, speaking on Friday morning, confirmed the France international is ready to take on Spurs at Anfield on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Diogo Jota ‘should be alright’ despite a heavy knock he picked up at London Stadium.

When asked for a general squad fitness update, Klopp replied: “Ibou will be back. I guess Naby will train today - I didn’t get the medical report yet, but probably. Ox is in training. No-one else [is back].

“We have a couple of players out, everybody knows about them, but on top of that from the last game Diogo got a bad knock in his back but should be alright, we will see how that developed. Apart from that we should be OK.”

Roberto Firmino remains sidelined with a muscle issue.