The 34-year-old made his comeback after three matches out with half-an-hour in Sunday's goalless draw at Wolves, and Rodgers wants to use Wednesday's visit of Brighton to sharpen him up ahead of the weekend clash with Liverpool.
Rodgers said: "Wednesday's a big game for us. He hasn't lost too much fitness. It's only been a couple of weeks.
"We gave him half-an-hour and you could see the dynamism he brings the team.
"We'll definitely get him some minutes on Wednesday, whether it's the first period of the game or the second."
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