Liverpool star Salah explains his relationship with Jose Mourinho

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In the gallery above, talkSPORT analyses the effect the 25-year-old has had this season - even putting Premier League teams to shame with his goal-scoring prowess.

Had it not been for Kevin De Bruyne's supreme form with Manchester City, the runaway leaders, bookies would nearly certainly have stopped taking bets on Salah.

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.

"For me I think he's been absolutely wonderful - I didn't really believe he'd score that many goals", Ian Rush told Liverpool Echo.

His record in Serie A was excellent, with 35 goals and 24 assists in 81 appearances, and pretty much nobody predicted he would go on to better that form at Anfield. "Everyone will be looking at him", Rush explained.

MO SALAH says that he has loved Liverpool since he was young suggesting a move to Real Madrid is not on the cards.

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By the time he was finally sold in 2016, Mourinho had already been sacked, but Salah says there is no bad blood between the two.

"We talked at Chelsea when I first came back from the loan spell at Fiorentina", Salah said in an interview with FourFourTwo magazine, per the Metro.

"But at the end of the day I think it's a bit different than Coutinho".

Mohamed Salah has provided a massive boost to Liverpool fans' hopes of him sticking around for the long haul - by claiming he's been a Reds fan all of his life.

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