Virgil van Dijk drops huge hint he will be ready to play in Liverpool’s final game of the season after Chelsea injury

VIRGIL VAN DIJK has hinted he’ll play in Liverpool’s crucial final game of the Premier League season.

The Netherlands international missed Tuesday’s trip to Southampton with the injury he picked up in the Merseysider’s FA Cup final triumph against Chelsea last weekend.

Virgil van Dijk suffered an injury in Liverpool’s FA Cup final triumph against Chelsea last weekendCredit: Rex

But the Dutchman has hinted he could be back in action for the Reds' final game of the season against Wolves

But the Dutchman has hinted he could be back in action for the Reds’ final game of the season against WolvesCredit: TWITTER

The Merseysiders must beat Wolves to keep their quadruple hopes alive

The Merseysiders must beat Wolves to keep their quadruple hopes aliveCredit: Alamy

But the Kop fan favourite has suggested he could be back in the heart of the Reds‘ defence for Sunday’s visit of Wolves.

He quote-tweeted the club’s post-match tweet and wrote: “BIG WIN! See you all Sunday!”

Reds fans commented in their droves, with one tweeting: “VIRGIL BACK PLAYING ON SUNDAY?! IS RIGHT LAD!”

Another said: “Like the sound of that.”

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One asked: “Are you alright to play on Sunday?

Another asked: “Do you know something we don’t?”

One Koptite chimed in and said: “See you real soon, Big Virg @VirgilvDijk!”

Liverpool will need to be at their imperious best against Wolves if they’re to have any chance of keeping their quadruple hopes alive.

Jurgen Klopp’s troops currently trail table-toppers Manchester City by a solitary point and will be hoping Aston Villa – who are coached by Reds legend Steven Gerrard – will be able to do them a huge favour on the final day.

Speaking after their 2-1 victory over Saints, the German said: “I am so happy about the performance. It was a bit touching.

“You think: ‘Wow, these boys.’ It is like having Ferraris in the garage. You let them out and they do it like this.

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“It is really tough for the boys sometimes.

“Whatever happens this year happens because of this group. They are exceptional and they have showed that again.”

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