Jordan Henderson will travel with the Liverpool squad on their trip to Norwich City tomorrow despite being suspended for the Merseyside club's next three matches.
The 23-year-old has started every one of Liverpool's 34 league games so far this season, but the red card he picked up during stoppage time of their 3-2 win over Manchester City last weekend means that he will play no further part until the final day of the season.
Nonetheless, Brendan Rodgers has said that Henderson will join his teammates for the trip to Carrow Road tomorrow.
"Jordan will still travel with the team," Rodgers told the club's official website. "I've told him he's a vital member of the group.
"He might not be able to affect the next three games on the field but he's going to be very important for our changing room, our travelling and our hotels because he's very much a part of us.
"We'll lose him on the field but we can't lose his personality off the field as well, which is why he'll still travel and be a part of what we're doing."
Henderson has scored four goals and provided six assists in Liverpool's surge for the Premier League title this season.