Mohamed Salah says he wants to stay at Liverpool ‘for a long time’ and has urged the side to make ‘great use of this generation’ following their title triumph.
Liverpool were crowned as champions of English football for the first time in three decades following an extraordinary season under the guidance of Jurgen Klopp, the Reds currently 23 points clear of Manchester City and sealing the title with a record seven games to spare.
Salah has once again been at the forefront of the club’s success and is Liverpool’s leading scorer with 21 goals in all competitions so far, and the Egyptian international is keen to bring further silverware to Merseyside in the coming seasons after expressing his happiness with life at Anfield.
“We should make a great use of this generation, as we have good chemistry between us and you can find harmony and everyone knows what to do and where to find our team-mates,” he told BeIn Sports.
“Staying at our peak is not something easy but we’ll play hard to keep winning trophies. It’s impossible to me to say that I have enough trophies and I reached my maximum. I will continue to do my best to make next year better than the one before.
“I’m very happy. I can’t describe my feelings after we won the league after 30 years. I can see people’s joy and this is so important for all of us. I enjoy the atmosphere here. I love this place and I hope to stay for a long time.”