Ibe vows to return stronger from damaged knee ligaments injury
Ibe's knee (pictured) is in a protective brace; the youngster is expected to be out of action for up to four weeks with the injury.

Jordon Ibe, 19, has vowed to return stronger from his damaged knee ligaments injury, which is set to keep the young forward sidelined for up to a month. The English winger has been a revelation for The Reds following his recall from Championship side Derby County, where he has taken his opportunity amongst the first-team remarkably well, and has proved a real danger for opposition defenses. 

Amongst his best displays since the start of 2015, were Liverpool's 0-0 draw with Merseyside rivals Everton and their narrow 1-0 win over Besiktas in the Europa League. 

Ibe posted a picture on Instagram earlier on in the week, with the words: "I'll be back stronger". This injury comes at a crucial time in the season for Brendan Rodgers and his side, as Liverpool look to keep up their consistent performances and solidify a top four finish, which will ultimately secure UEFA Champions League football next season.

Games Ibe is set to miss as a result of his injury:

Swansea City: Premier League (away)

Blackburn Rovers: FA Cup quarter-final replay (away)

Manchester United: Premier League (home)

Arsenal: Premier League (away)