Martin Skrtel has played down the injury he sustained during Liverpool's FA Cup sixth-round draw with Blackburn Rovers on Sunday.
The Slovakia international had to receive several minutes of treatment before he was stretchered from the pitch with his neck in a brace, after suffering a heavy fall in the opening minutes of the goalless draw at Anfield.
Skrtel was replaced by Kolo Toure and there were fears at the time that the 30-year-old had sustained a serious injury.
I wanted to carry on but fair play to the physios, they didn't let me - that's the rules!Martin Skrtel
However, after the game, Reds boss Brendan Rodgers said the central defender was 'fine', although he would require a hospital visit as a precautionary measure.
Skrtel later wrote on his official Instagram account: "Everything is alright. I was unconscious for a bit but glad it is nothing serious.
"I wanted to carry on but fair play to the physios, they didn't let me - that's the rules!"
After the goalless draw, Liverpool are 1/1 to win the FA Cup outright and 1/1 to not win a trophy this season.
The Reds, 1/1 to finish in the top four this season, face Swansea City in their next Premier League match on 16th March and can be backed at 1/1 to win the Liberty Stadium clash 1-0.
Looking for a top tip this weekend? Head to the bet365 YouTube channel and get the views of Sam Matterface & our very own Steve Freeth in the latest bet365 Update.
Don't forget, all Premier League matches are covered by the bet365 100% Euro Soccer Bonus, where you could earn a bonus of up to 100% on your returns on pre-match accumulator bets.
View all Soccer betting