Liverpool stars Sadio Mane and James Milner decided to reject the chance of a holiday with their families in favour of remaining at Melwood.
The pair have been working hard to regain full fitness and they could return for the Reds at Carrow Road on February 15.
Jurgen Klopp’s side know that six more wins will be enough to hand them their first ever Premier League title, having forged a 22-point lead at the top.
According to Premier Injuries, Mane and Milner are set to return for the Norwich game as could Xherdan Shaqiri.
The German boss said of the Senegal forward last month: "Sadio will not be involved vs West Ham and probably not Southampton.
“After that, he should be fine. He has a small muscle tear. We were lucky, it was not that serious."
He added of Milner: "I don't know exactly. I cannot rush it so when somebody tells me they are ready, I take them back in training."
And of Shaqiri: "It is just slight, I had a little problem in training. So I hope I might be back later this week.
“Let's see, I cannot say now but it will be good if so."
Although Liverpool are on course to win the title earlier in the year than another other Premier League champion, Klopp has been keen to avoid all talk of their potential glory.
He said: "That's special, if it were easier, then a lot more teams would have done it.
“It's really difficult to win the number of games, to always be ready to fight, on your best day, on your worst day, on the average days.
“That's what we do, that's why the boys are here.
"I'm really happy about it, the only problem is you don't get anything for best starts apart from numbers, and if people still say in 50 years: 'that's the best start', then cool.
"But the only thing we are interested in is what we can get in the summer and that's not done yet, because this league is so strong and because we face so many strong opponents.