Liverpool forward, Mohammed Salah has said he is unsure of his future are helping the club to a Premier League.
The Egyptian star, who wants to enjoy the moment after his success said he believes in hard work. He has scored an overall of 94 in 151 and 19 in the present Premier League.
Liverpool is currently the holders of the Premier League, Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup.
Salah, who moved to the Merseyside from Roma in the summer of 2017 still has three years left to run on his current contract at Anfield is being linked with a big-money move to Real Madrid.
Not giving anything away, the 28-year-old has done little to squash ongoing speculation about his future.
Salah will see what will happen next
Speaking during an interview with LA FM Colombia, said his ambitions as he enters the next phase of his career is just to enjoy his game at the moment.
“No-one knows the future and what will happen. Let’s see what will happen.
“But at the moment we win the Champions League, we win the Premier League, I’m happy. Let’s see what will happen in the future, but I’m very happy to win and achieve those trophies.”
Giving credit to his coach, Jurgen Klopp for transforming Liverpool, Salah said it was an easy decision for him to get on board with the German’s project at Anfield three years ago.
“There is no secret. I don’t believe in secrets in football. I just believe in hard work, your mentality has to change sometimes,” said Salah.
“Since [Klopp] came here, the first thing he tried to do is change the mentality of the players to a winning mentality.
“He did well in that. I came here and he was telling me the plan about everything and I was excited to come. We are doing good.”
On his individual performance this season, the winger said he could still repeat last season’s 22 goal-tally.
“I still play in the same position as a winger. I didn’t play as a striker before. But the number of goals between this season and last season is not that far.
“Last season in the Premier League I scored 22. This season [so far] I scored 19. One game I could score a hat-trick and it would be 22! I don’t see it as different.
“Maybe you have a challenge in your head and mind to keep pushing yourself forward because you already won the Premier League.
“It’s always when the people ask you what trophy would you choose: individual or collective ones? Everyone would choose the team ones. This season we won the most important one!
“It’s difficult to be like before because you won the title. That could be one of the reasons why we didn’t score much [since the restart].”