However, Alex Neil’s side have put together a promising string of results in front of their own fans, where they are unbeaten in their last five top-flight outings – a run which includes draws against Arsenal and Everton.

Having made his initial loan move from West Ham permanent, Matt Jarvis returned from a two-month injury lay-off in the aforementioned defeat at Stoke.

The 29-year-old has thanked team-mate Robbie Brady for helping him to quickly settle back into the side and hopes their left-sided partnership can continue to bear fruit.

“I think Robbie has shown exactly what he can do week in, week out,” Jarvis told Norwich’s official website. “He’s been outstanding and it’s been great to form a partnership with him.

“It’s good once you know what you each do, it makes life a lot easier. We just need to make sure that we keep doing well and get Norwich up the league. ”

Klopp’s injury list remains lengthy, with attacking options Philippe Coutinho (hamstring), Daniel Sturridge (hamstring), Divock Origi (knee) and Danny Ings (knee) sidelined.

Defensively, Dejan Lovren (hamstring) and Martin Skrtel (hamstring) are also unavailable.

Norwich will be without Gary O’Neil as he serves the second match of his three-game ban, while on-loan Andre Wisdom is ineligible to feature against his parent club.

Steven Naismith could make his first appearance since his arrival from Everton.