Mo Salah drops hint over Liverpool future with ‘once-in-a-generation’ admission

Mohamed Salah says Liverpool must make the most of their once in a generation team by winning even more trophies.

And the Anfield star has insisted he wants to stay at the club “for a long time”, to make that happen.

Speaking to global sports broadcaster beIN SPORTS, the forward fans call the Egyptian King revealed his joy at lifting the title.

“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 said.

“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.”

Salah revealed his love for Anfield and the extraordinary sight of the Kop in full voice. He even admitted to realising he one day wanted to play there, when visiting with Chelsea in a disappointing first spell in the Premier League.

“The atmosphere here is different to any other place. It’s really special. I remember I even felt that when I was playing with Chelsea, and that is what made me feel wanting to play here, and to come to play with Liverpool,” he said.

“Everything is special about it, from the beginning, hearing You’ll Never Walk Alone boosts your enthusiasm and makes you feel you want to give more and more.

“I’m really delighted to win the league with Liverpool after 30 years. After I left Chelsea, I was determined to go back and change everything.

“ I went back, won the UEFA Champions League, the league and was the top goal scorer for two seasons, I think I did well.”

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Salah has now won four trophies in a year at Liverpool but he believe it is possible to win even more now, under the relentless management of Jurgen Klopp. And he says everyone is in it together, despite rumours of a rift with Sadio Mane.

“We have adapted well as a team and our understanding is perfect. If this continues, we can achieve more. It’s difficult to maintain our current level, but it’s not impossible.

“[With Mane] it is isn’t a fight. Everyone wants to help Liverpool to win and support other team mates. Sometimes we get angry in the match, but that finished immediately

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