Liverpool ace Mohamed Salah says fighting back to win the Premier League title this season makes it more special.

Salah’s role in the achievements of Jürgen Klopp’s side since his arrival at Anfield in 2017 cannot be overestimated.

Collectively, four major trophies have been won – the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup joining the Premier League and Champions League – while individually, astonishing statistics of 94 goals and 38 assists in just 152 appearances tell their own story.

The No.11 believes last year’s near-miss in the top flight, coupled with the subsequent European Cup final victory in Madrid, proved to be a catalyst for Klopp’s squad.

“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,” Salah states to liverpoolfc.com.

“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.”