A dream start to life at Liverpool is not enough for Mohamed Salah.

The Egypt international has sped to 20 goals in all competitions for the Reds since signing for the club in the summer – the first player to reach that landmark before Christmas in more than 30 years.

But hitting the target so regularly does not sate Salah’s hunger. Instead, winning a trophy as soon as possible with Liverpool is the primary objective for the forward.

“In 2018 I want to win titles,” the No.11 told Sky Sports.

“I came here to win titles – to win something for the club, for us and for the fans. I’d love to win something here. We are working hard every day to win something and I’m sure we will.”

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Earlier this week, Salah and Reds teammate Sadio Mane were confirmed as two of the remaining three contenders for the CAF African Footballer of the Year award.

The pair form half of the heralded quartet of attackers, along with Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino, who have racked up 50 goals between them in 2017-18.

And Salah explained that his relationship with Mane goes beyond the pitch.

He added: “We are friends. We are very close, maybe he is my closest friend in the team. We like each other. He is a great guy and a fantastic player – very fast, quality and confident.”