Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has charged his teammates to get maximum points in an important English Premier League fixture against West Bromwich Albion.
Jurgen Klopp’s men were held to 1-1 draw by Everton on Sunday as Wayne Rooney’s strike from the penalty spot cancelled out Salah’s opening goal at the Anfield Stadium.
Ahead of Wednesday’s league fixture at home, the Egypt international who has registered 19 efforts in 24 appearances across all competitions this season has urged the team to recover from their last result and gun for three points against the Baggies.
"All of us were disappointed after that game but that was the result and we have to carry on,” Salah told club’s website.
"The next game is an important game for us at home, we have to get the three points and look forward."
The 25-year-old who is the leading topscorer in the English top-flight with 13 league goals hailed the fans for their unflinching support that plays a huge role for the team in games.
"The atmosphere is unbelievable, the supporters are behind us every game and we feel like we have someone pushing us every minute,” he continued.
"It's a good feeling, all the players feel it, so we have to carry on and concentrate on winning the game."
Liverpool are placed fifth in the English Premier League with 30 points from 16 games.