Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insisted star Mohamed Salah will finish the season strong after having his minutes managed in recent weeks.
Salah, who has 28 goals in 40 club appearances in all competitions this season, has only played a full 90 minutes once since Liverpool's home loss to Inter on March 8.
The Egyptian forward led his country to a runners-up finish in the African Cup of Nations in January, but has not scored for Liverpool from open play since February 23.
But Klopp is not worried about his star's production, highlighting the intensity of his recent schedule.
"I know that Mo will finish strong," he said. "It’s just at the moment we have to reset because each game for us is a final. From the beginning of January, that is crazy.
"The problem we have is that in January he had the most intense period in his whole career. The tournament went to the wire.
"They played in the (Africa Cup of Nations) final, they had all these 120 minutes, the role he has is super, super massive.
"There is a huge responsibility on his shoulders with dressing room meetings and stuff like this with no recovery at all."
Salah played all 90 minutes last time out against Manchester City, collecting an assist in the 2-2 draw.