Mohamed Salah has insisted that he is happy at Liverpool. The Egyptian and his teammates won the Premier League with the Reds this season, ending a thirty year drought. Speaking to Liverpool’s ‘Champions’ Series, Salah admitted that he had always eyed Premier League glory when he decided to sign for Liverpool from AS Roma.
“Always when people asked me what you prefer, Premier League or Champions League? I always say both – thankfully we’ve got both. That’s great. It [winning the league this season] feels great… It’s great, it’s unbelievable. Since I came here I said I wanted to win the Premier League with this club. What I’m seeing from the fans and the people here is unbelievable, I’m really happy and enjoying it.”
Salah admits losing the title to Manchester City in 2019 was the catalyst for Liverpool to give it their all this season. “OK, first of all, it’s great to win the Champions League because it’s still the Champions League – wow, what an achievement for the team. Then, losing the Premier League with one point is also kind of disappointing, but if you see how many points we got in the season, and how we played, we were also proud of ourselves. But it’s kind of disappointing because we lost in the end. But the good thing is that we fought back and we won it.”