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Brendan Rodgers is confident that the return of Fabio Borini from injury, coming on the back of Daniel Sturridge's arrival, can provide fresh impetus to the Reds' forward line.
The Italian is nearing a return to action almost three months after requiring surgery on a fractured foot, further boosting the Northern Irishman's striking options.
Luis Suarez has already struck 19 goals during this campaign, while Sturridge opened his Liverpool account within seven minutes of his debut against Mansfield on Sunday.
And Rodgers is relishing the opportunity to select all three.
"Other clubs have the depth to bring people off the bench and make an impact," he told the Liverpool Echo.
"We have been unable to do that in the opening months of the season, which gives incredible credit to the players who have kept us going until now.
"We have Daniel here now and will have Fabio fit soon and that will give us that spark.
"Hopefully over the years Fabio can develop into a top performer which I think he can be."
, Brendan Rodgers
, Fabio Borini
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