Mohamed Salah has been named Liverpool Player of the Month for November.
The 25-year-old played a crucial role as Jurgen Klopp’s men maintained an unbeaten run of six games across all competitions in the month in review.
Salah who has been outstanding in front of goal since he arrived at the Anfield Stadium from Roma in the summer, scored an impressive seven goals in six games.
The Egypt international scored a brace against Southampton, West Ham United and Stoke City with lone efforts against Chelsea and Maribor in November.
In his reaction, the former Basel forward who scooped the Reds' top award in August and September expressed his delight with the win but reiterated that he is focused on helping the team to get maximum points in games.
"I'm very happy to win it again but at the end it's an individual award and, for me, we need to win games and we need to get the points, that's the most important thing,” Salah told club’s website.
"It's nice, but we play as a team of 11 players so we have to win games.
"It was a good month for me. From the beginning I've had a good season with the team and that's the most important thing."
Salah has scored 13 goals in 16 Premier League games this campaign, will aim to extend his tally when Liverpool host West Bromwich Albion for Wednesday's league game.
They are placed fifth in the English top-flight log with 30 points from 16 games.