Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, has admitted that hopes to resign Jonjo Shelvey on-loan balance on Steven Gerrard recovering from a hamstring problem.
Having spent a couple of months at Bloomfield Road earlier in the campaign the midfielder was recalled to Anfield when Lucas Leiva suffered ligament damage during late November.
Gerrard was forced to withdraw from England's game with Holland just days after the Carling Cup final and failed to recover for the visit of Arsenal last Saturday.
Liverpool are prepared to allow Shelvey a chance to gain more first team experience, though only if their captain is able to demonstrate his long term fitness.
The 20-year-old is being courted by a host of clubs; but Holloway is keen to bring the player back to the Fylde coast after a ten game spell which yielded six goals.
"We have already had him and I know what the lad is capable of," he said.
"I really like him. He made a big impression when he was here and he wouldn't have gone back had there not been an injury at Liverpool.
"We'll keep monitoring it and hope that we might be able to get something done."
Seasiders' club secretary, Matt Williams, is backing his manager's bid and revealed contact with key people on Merseyside.
He told the Blackpool Gazette: "We have been told that Liverpool won't let Jonjo out until Gerrard is completely fit.
"Jonjo wants to come to Blackpool and we want him here, and we will keep stalking Liverpool until we get him.
"The physio at Anfield is a friend of mine and I will be sending him plenty of texts over the next week or so to check on Gerrard's fitness.
"We are also in close contact with Liverpool's director of football, Damien Comolli, and we hope we will be able to get Jonjo back at some stage."
Danny Wilson is currently on a temporary transfer to Blackpool - bidding to assist their bid for promotion back to the top flight.
Earlier in the week Middlesbrough boss, Tony Mowbray, admitted to contacting the Reds and discussing a move for the player.
However, he admitted that his bid was one of many tabled.
Mowbray said: "I think there is a possibility of something happening on that, but I'm very wary of going on record about another club's footballer because Kenny Dalglish is keeping his squad intact and protecting his football club.
"If that changes then there might be a situation where Shelvey will have choices. From what I'm hearing he's got lots of choices in the Championship.
"So let's wait and see. I think if that young boy goes on loan somewhere and if it's Middlesbrough, if he gets that opportunity, then we would welcome a boy with his talent.
"If he goes somewhere else then we would wish him well."
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