Egyptian star Mo Salah is still relishing moments from last season and believes there is still more he can offer the Reds by setting a target of scoring 100 goals for Liverpool and help the club win trophies.
The former Roma player won the Premier League’s Golden Boot award by netting 44 times in his maiden campaign at Anfield last season – which also helped him to lift the PFA Player of the Year and the Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year accolades.
The Reds ended up missing out on silverware last season having lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid in May, however, the player went home with a big load of personal accolades.
The player bemoaned the lack of silverware for his team last season and has stated that he is going to put that right because when he arrived at the Merseyside to play for Liverpool his dream was to win Europe’s premier competition for Jurgen Klopp’s side.
Salah’s goal-scoring form has continued this season despite the Reds’ attack not quite hitting the scintillating heights of last season.
The Egypt international became the quickest player to score 50 goals for Liverpool as he notched up his half-century against Red Star Belgrade last month in what was just his 65th appearance for the club.