Salah credits Klopp for his fine Liverpool form


And reflecting on his impact at Anfield so far, the Egypt worldwide isn't shocked: 'I don't want to seem arrogant!

This season alone, the three of them have contributed directly to 88 goals scored while Chelsea have only scored 77 as a squad this season.

"No, I am never happy - I always want more from myself", he said.

Salah and Liverpool are back in action on Sunday afternoon when Klopp's men travel to Southampton in the Premier League (4:30pm).

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah has revealed that he expected to score plenty of goals in the Premier League this season, but doesn't think he was being arrogant about it.

Salah was a key player during his time at Roma and he had a great role with the club in his last season, scoring 15 goals in 31 league appearances, according to BBC.

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"We also spoke after the match against Manchester United this season and have a good relationship".

In response, he admitted: "Come on, I know I'm good!"

Mourinho must wish he'd been more patient with the 25-year-old at Chelsea, similarly to De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku.

"But at the end of the day I think it's a bit different than Coutinho. I knew the history that this club has and, as soon as I got the chance, I had to make it happen".

Salah added, "I'm happy scoring goals for the club I supported as a kid - that's all that matters".

"Well, fingers crossed. He's only just arrived so we want to enjoy him for as long as we can", Carragher told TalkSport. For us, for the fans and for the club.