The Liverpool marksman is recovering well from injury.
Liverpool striker Danny Ings has revealed via Instagram that he is progressing well in his comeback from injury.
The 23-year-old has not yet played under manager Jurgen Klopp after being ruled out for potentially nine months back in October following a cruciate ligament problem.
In early February, the former Burnley hit-man, who had scored three times in eight appearances following his summer Bosman switch from Turf Moor, was given the go-ahead to take his rehabilitation from the gym to the grass at Melwood for light training.
And Ings reveals that he is still on schedule in his comeback after posting a picture of himself jogging, alongside the caption: "Another strong week."
He suffered the injury in Liverpool's very first training session under the German boss, who had replaced Brendan Rodgers just days before.
It also came two days after making his full England debut in the win over Lithuania, which will have been bitterly disappointing for him as the injury effectively robbed him of the chance to challenge for a Euro 2016 spot.