The Spaniard has been largely imperious since signing from Villarreal, but over the past two Premier League campaigns his performances have been rather up-and-down, with significantly more "downs" this year so far.
Two clean sheets in his past three matches hints at the beginnings of a comeback perhaps, but his best form is yet some way off.
This has led to calls for Brad Jones to continue in goal in some quarters, after he played seven games in a row while Reina was injured in October and November.
With Alexander Doni absent for a long stretch this season, Peter Gulacsi still untested in the top flight and no other senior keepers on Liverpool's books, is it time Jones was handed a chance at becoming the Reds' new No. 1?