By Dominic Toner

Liverpool forward Danny Ings has shown his appreciation on Twitter for the messages he received following his injury news.

The 24-year-old has been ruled out for the rest of the 2016/17 season and has again been unfortunate after missing the majority of last campaign with injury.

Liverpool’s number 28 has already been sidelined since October 2015, after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament during Jurgen Klopp’s first training session as Liverpool boss.

However, Ings looked to have ended his year-long injury nightmare by coming on as a substitute against Tottenham in the fourth round of the EFL Cup during their 2-1 victory that has set up a quarter-final tie against Leeds.

But during his cameo appearance, the 24-year-old suffered a knock on his right knee after an innocuous challenge – different to the original injury sustained on his left knee.

Ings has received tons of messages from fans and players following his injury and has said that he will never quit.

“Blown away by all the messages means the world. Life has two rules: One never quiet. Two always remember rule one,” Ings wrote on his personal Twitter account.

Ings is set to undergo an operation to fix his injury which is believed to keep him out for between seven and nine months.

The England forward has made just 11 senior appearances for the club since he moved to Anfield from Burnley.

He impressed at his former club and scored 43 goals in just 130 appearances for the Clarets.

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