Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has outlined his dream to win the Premier League title with the Reds.
The Egyptian forward has been in electric form since his summer transfer from AS Roma, scoring 30 goals in just 36 appearances.
And with the club’s only remaining trophy hope this season in the Champions League, Salah is looking closer to home to win the club’s first trophy since 2012.
‘I came to here to win titles,’ Salah told BBC Football Focus.
‘I can tell the fans we work 100 per cent to try and win something for the club. It’s a long time since the club won the league.
‘It’s my dream to win the Premier League – but I want to win it with this club.’
The Merseysiders last lifted the League Cup in 2012 following a penalty-shootout victory over the Welsh side but with a side brimming with creative flair, expectation has sky-rocketed for this side to break the barren run.
Jurgen Klopp’s side take on David Moyes’ West Ham side this weekend as they look to put pressure on second-place Manchester United, in a bid to strengthen their place in the top four.
And if Salah manages to score against the Hammers at Anfield, he will have an identical record to that exceptional final season from striker Luis Suarez — 37 games, 31 goals.
Salah has been boosted by Liverpool’s involvement in the Champions League but with a staggering scoring rate showing no signs of easing up, the weight of responsibility will fall to Salah to fire the club to European or domestic success.