Despite scoring 30 goals this season for Liverpool, Mohamed Salah is insistent that he wants to improve more.

The Egyptian has taken the Premier League by storm this season and his 22 goals in the league this season have quietened all the critics that were all quite vocal in the summer, with some questioning his footballing IQ.

Not only has Salah scored 30 goals in all competitions since the start of the season, the quality of the goals that he has scored have been top notch, with his mazy run and finish against Spurs the standout strike for me.

Yet, in spite of the fact that the whole footballing world is recognising his talent, Salah isn’t ready to rest on his laurels and only wants to improve.

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Speaking to at the Reds’ training camp in Marbella, he said: “It is a great feeling to have scored 30 goals in a first season at a club like Liverpool.

“It’s something huge, so I am very happy about it – but I have to carry on and keep looking forward to score many more goals.

“In my mind I am always trying to improve and I’m doing it every single day. Every day I look at myself and try to improve myself all the time.

“I am happy at the moment, I feel good, and that’s the most important thing – and 100 per cent, there is still more to come.”

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Although there is no denying the personal genius involved on Salah’s part, the Egyptian has recognised the role played by his teammates in him being so prolific this season.

“I’ve said before, the players and the coaches here make it easier for you,” he added. “I play alongside very good players, each one has different qualities, and that makes it easier for me.

“I am very happy to play alongside them; all of them, they have helped me a lot to score goals. I am very happy to be with this group.”

Michael Mongie
Just like you, I am a hugely passionate Liverpool supporter. I started Rousing the Kop in January 2015 and since then it has grown tremendously and has even been nominated as 'Best New Football Blog' in the Football Blogging Awards.