The Egypt international has struggled to add to his 17 league goals this season, failing to score in his last five games, with the Reds only managing to win two of their previous five ties.
His strike partner Sadio Mane has continued to impress scoring eight goals in his last nine games, including his brace against Burnley on Sunday.
Although the 61-year-old is pleased with the Senegal international's delivery, he
“With Mohamed Salah still searching for his best form, it has fallen to Sadio Mane to come up with the goods,” Crooks told BBC Sports.
“Two goals from the Senegal international, against an outclassed Burnley in difficult conditions, was enough to narrow the gap on Manchester City.
“However, without Liverpool's front three firing on all
Salah will hope to find his scoring boot when his side