Liverpool are putting in ‘100 per cent every day’ to try and bring silverware back to Anfield, according to Mohamed Salah who has outlined his dream of lifting the Premier League title with the Reds.

The Egyptian forward insists both he and his teammates are doing all they can to clinch the club’s first trophy since 2012.

Salah told BBC’s Football Focus: “I came to here to win titles.

"I can tell the fans we work 100 per cent to try and win something for the club.

"It's a long time since the club won the league. It's my dream to win the Premier League - but I want to win it with this club."

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Salah has scored 30 goals in just 36 appearances following his summer transfer from AS Roma.

He attributes such impressive statistics to a continued desire to improve – and also the quality he has around him within the Liverpool squad.

"It's easy to play with this kind of quality,” he said. “If you look at me now and five years ago, everything has changed both mentally and physically.

"I'm trying to improve myself every day. I always like to put myself under pressure to improve more.

"I give all my life to football, I only think about football. This is what is on my mind all the time."