Defender's injury risk
England right-back Glen Johnson will continue to have pain killing treatment on his toe to ensure he can continue at Euro 2012.
The Reds defender was under medical supervision towards the end of the season and needed pain killers to get him through the final four matches of the campaign.
The problem has not gone away and there are concerns that he could be doing it more harm than good by continuing playing but he is determined to battle on.
He said: "For the last four Premier League games I had a toe infection and was playing with three injections just to kill the pain.
"I've been on anti-biotics for pretty much five weeks now. It's still there (the pain) but it is manageable. I came off them (the anti-biotics) for five days and it got a lot worse so I'm still on them.
"I'm training but it is sore after games. They (the anti-biotics) are obviously doing something. It's still there. But we are in the European Championships. I'm not going to let my little toe stop me from playing. We've got two more group games and you want to enjoy your moments and give it your hardest every game."