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Mohamed Salah reveals his personal Liverpool goal which he has yet to achieve this season

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has revealed his personal goals for the 2021/22 season, revealing he has set a specific goal for goals and assists that he has yet to achieve

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Mohammed Salah still has to score 10 goals Liverpool this season if he wants to achieve the goal he set at the start of the season.

Salah got another assist Liverpool’s 3-2 win over Villarreal on Tuesday night to climb to 30 goals and 15 assists in 46 club games this season. That’s a stellar record that puts him at the top of both metrics First League – but the Egyptian star is still not happy.

After Liverpool’s remarkable second-half comeback in Spain, Salah was interviewed by experts from BT Sport on the sidelines. He was asked by Rio Ferdinand if he had a specific target for goals and assists before the start of the season.

“Always. Before the season starts, I know what I want individually and collectively,” he replied. “The collective is the most important thing for the team. Still down [my target]]! I have high expectations of myself. To be honest, I’ve never said that before, but before the season I said, ‘Okay, I’m going to get 40 goals and 10, 15 assists this season.’

“Now I’ve got the assists I need to focus on goals now! I think Trento now [Alexander-Arnold] will be angry because I have the most assists in the Premier League but I will give it my all.”

Salah has 13 assists in the Premier League – one more than Alexander-Arnold – and is also a clear top scorer with 22 goals, three more than Tottenham ‘s son Heung-min. The 29-year-old striker needs to hit a real purple patch of form if he is to meet his goal of 40 goals, with Liverpool having just six games left this season: four in the Premier League and the FA Cup and Champions League Final.

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While Salah is motivated by personal goals, the ultimate goal is to help Jurgen Klopp’s side win the quadruple. That’s still possible thanks to a second-half revival against Villarreal after goals from Boulaye Dia and Francis Coquelin erased their lead in the first leg.

Fabinho fired through Geronimo Rulli’s legs after a pass from Salah to restore the lead before substitute Luis Diaz headed in an Alexander-Arnold cross and Sadio Mane took advantage of a poor Rulli goalkeeper to put the game safely at 5-2 on aggregate do.

“Top assists aren’t something really big, top scorers are always something really big,” added Salah. “Today when I gave Fab the ball everything changed. Assists definitely count, goals too. The team is doing it amazing so let’s hope for the best [the quadruple is the target], for sure. Maybe not at the start of the season, I always focus on the Champions League and Premier League but now we’re close for everything so why not?

“After we beat City in the FA Cup semi-finals [I started to think about quadruple], but even in the group stage of the Champions League we played great, we had a tough group and we played great. Since then I started to believe that we were going to win the Champions League.”

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