Jurgen Klopp outlines Mo Salah's Liverpool FC targets for 2017-18 season

Jurgen Klopp outlines Mo Salah's Liverpool FC targets for 2017-18 season

Liverpool are in fine form, and have not been beaten by West Brom in the last five Premier League seasons.

The PFA Player of the Year award is voted for by the players from England's 92 professional clubs in the Premier League and Football League. Just keep doing what we've been doing, keep working hard on the training field and keep putting that into games.

"But I always try to look at myself and I want more".

After shedding their first 9 Premier League conferences with Liverpool by an mixture rating of 0-25, West Brom have misplaced simply 5 of the next 14 (W4 D5 L5).

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Liverpool travel to the Hawthorns on Saturday as they face Ahmed Hegazi's bottom-of-the-league West Bromwich Albion before hosting Roma in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final on Tuesday. Remarkably, they've had as many managers this season as they've had league wins. I don't need it a bit.

"We got to this position because of the football we played, Mo came here because of the football we played".

Danny Ings will make a rare start for Liverpool.

The Egyptian star has already written himself into the history books at Liverpool after smashing the most goals scored by a debutant.

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The Baggies have scored in each of their last seven home league games, their longest run since a run of eight in January 2016. While the Baggies might be justifiably anxious about Salah, they would do well to mark Firmino well too. James Morrison and Gareth Barry won't feature again this term with their calf and knee injuries but Jonny Evans, Nacer Chadli, and Hal Robson-Kanu are close to returning to action and might be involved this weekend.

"All the rest are available".

Fellow defenders Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez returned to coaching this week after damage.

While the Baggies have caused trouble for Liverpool earlier this season - in fact, they have not lost to the Reds yet this season - but on Saturday, it will be hard for them to continue that unbeaten run. There is still a lot to come from them.

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Salah has enjoyed an immensely impressive campaign at Anfield, registering 40 goals in all competitions to date.

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