Salah reiterates Liverpool dream to quash Real Madrid rumours

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The Egyptian forward has seen his fine form spark talk of interest from afar, but his sights are locked on more goals and major silverware at Anfield

Mohamed Salah has reiterated his happiness and ambition at Liverpool to further quash talk of a possible move to Real Madrid.

The Egypt international has seen his fine form in 2017-18 spark talk of interest from afar, with the 25-year-old considered to fit the ‘Galactico’ mould by those at Santiago Bernabeu.

Salah has, however, maintained throughout the regular rounds of rumours that he remains fully committed to Liverpool, with a childhood dream being played out at Anfield.

He is not about to alter that stance, with there a desire on the part of a man who previously flopped in England at Chelsea to continue proving his worth in Premier League surrounds which suit his game.

Salah told ESPN Brasil: "In Chelsea I didn't play, so I didn't have my chances.

"I said to all my friends, I think I said it on many interviews as well, that I wanted to come back.

"I like the Premier League I lot. I feel it has my style of football. I like to play [in] the Premier League.

"I said since day one here that I'm happy here at Liverpool and I want to show my football here.

"If you look at me now and five years ago, everything has changed - mentally, physically, everything."

As a more complete performer, Salah is now looking to help Liverpool end a six-year wait for major silverware – with the English top-flight crown of particular interest to an ambitious performer.

Mohamed Salah happy Premier League title target

He added: "It's a dream to win the Premier League here after a long time.

"A club that hasn't won it for a long time, it's my dream - honestly. I want to win it with this club."

If Salah is able to replicate his efforts from the current campaign heading forward, then Liverpool should come into title contention at some stage.

Records have been sent tumbling as the flying winger has helped himself to a 32-goal haul across all competitions, with the impact of Jurgen Klopp on unlocking full potential not lost on a man who continues to collects plaudits and individual honours aplenty.

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Salah said: "[Klopp] changed something in me.

"Now I play closer to the goal than in any club before.

"If you see my goals and everything I did in my last four or five years, every year is better than the year before."

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