Liverpool’s Diogo Jota is confident of being back and fit from injury before Euro 2024, despite his long-term injury assessment last week.

That’d according to O Jogo, who say the Liverpool star believes he can battle back to full fitness quickly.

Jota was stretchered off from the win over Brentford after a nasty collision saw an opposition player land directly onto his extended knee.

The Portuguese forward tried to walk off the pitch but was unable to do so, eventually needing a stretcher to come off.

It was later confirmed that he was set for a spell of around two months out of action, something O Jogo have been able to confirm.

They say that it will take that just for the Portuguese forward to recover and then some extra time to get back to full form.

That could put his place in Portugal’s squad for Euro 2024 in jeopardy as he’s set to return about a month before the squad is named, but he believes he will be able to recover and only an unforeseen set back will prevent him from being at the tournament.

Based on the medical guarantees he’s received, the Liverpool star is aware that he when he returns to the pitch he will have to pay attention and focus on returning gradually but he is accustomed to this as he usually does individual work anyway.