Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah, the best player in Africa and the English Premier League, revealed in the press release of the British media the club's official site for the goal he is trying to achieve and what he lacks with the "red" at the moment.
Salah told the BBC on Wednesday he was very proud of what he had achieved with Liverpool, but noted that what he lacked was a collective title with the team.
"Last season we were very close, but we did not get anything," he said. "It's more than earning individual titles, I want to win a title with this club because I love Liverpool.
"The team is more important than winning individual titles – we want to win titles and get together," he said in the interview.
Salah's name is on the list of 2018 African Player of the Year prize winners of the title and competes in the victory of each of Liverpool's colleagues Sado Mani along with Mehdi Ben Attia and Calido Kulibali and Thomas Barttie.
Last season he scored 44 goals in all tournaments and won the Egyptian trophy for numerous awards – winning the English Premier League Golden Boot, Liverpool's Player of the Year, and the best professional league player.
The Egyptian player became the fastest player in the history of Liverpool, scoring 50 goals in all races after playing only 65 games.
"I am pleased that I am very happy and I feel very proud to break the record with Liverpool," Mohammed Salah told the BBC.
"Being the fastest player in the history of the club to achieve 50 goals is a great achievement, but I want to continue and score more goals – I am looking forward to marking 100 goals with Liverpool."