A staggering 31 goals in 33 Premier League games for Liverpool this season saw the Egyptian deservedly scoop the prize at Sunday night's awards. Not only that, Salah has gone to win the PFA Player of the Year and had a lot to say about his time in England.
"My personal thing is to win something with the team".
Following his PFA Player of the Year Award win, Liverpool's Mo Salah is set to be the subject of a monumental transfer offer from Real Madrid.
But Klopp has demanded the Egypt star keeps his focus, as he prepares for a date with his former club Roma in the Champions League semi-final first leg on Tuesday.
'I'm happy for the award and for my team-mates and what we're doing in the Champions League.
Roberto Firmino is the flawless example of this, and it has been suggested numerous times this campaign that Suarez would have adored playing as a forward in Klopp's Liverpool side.
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The 25-year-old keeper has admitted that his future at the Spanish club is uncertain.
He said: 'Yes, I think from the first day I left the Premier League it was always in my mind. "From my point of view. there was no player better than him".
"At Liverpool we see ourselves as a family club bit not everyone gets the chance to come over to Liverpool so what we've got to do is get first team players to come over here and entertain the supporters in Ireland".
It started with him telling Gary Neville that Salah was the best player in the Premier League since Henry.
Sane joined City from Schalke in 2016 and has enjoyed his football at the Etihad, winning both the Carabao Cup and the Premier League this season.
It is Salah's first season at Liverpool after he transferred from AS Roma a year ago for more than $51m, making him the most expensive player ever bought by Liverpool. Indeed, the early analysis of Salah, four or five games into his Liverpool career, was that if he could learn how to finish he'd score 50 goals a season.