Steven Gerrard reaching for his thesaurus, Jürgen Klopp marvelling at Liverpool's supporters and Mohamed Salah speaking modestly after breaking yet more records.

All this and more is included in our round-up of the week's best LFC quotes...

"It's difficult to find new words. Everyone's raving about him at the moment and rightly so. I think we're witnessing the start of greatness."

Gerrard is running out of superlatives for Salah after watching the Egyptian's four-goal haul versus Watford.


"I think it's indescribable."

Salah's teammate Joe Gomez encountered a similar problem to Gerrard when attempting to sum up the No.11's importance to Liverpool.


“I have to thank every one of my teammates, without them I couldn't have reached these numbers.”

The man himself, though, was quick to praise his teammates after taking his goal tally to 36 in just 41 games this season.


"It was a great reaction from last week and we scored some really good goals."

After last Saturday's disappointment against Manchester United, Jordan Henderson was left delighted by the Reds bouncing back to beat Watford 5-0.


"We know we were playing against one of the best teams in Europe at this moment and they were much better than us."

Hornets boss Javi Gracia counts Liverpool among the continent's elite.


"To hear them singing so loudly after the game had been lost gave me one of the strongest feelings I have had since I came here as manager."

The away end's relentless, unyielding support before, during and after the 2-1 loss at Old Trafford didn't go unnoticed by Klopp.


"Now it’s Manchester City, let’s go...we have a few games to play until then, but I am really looking forward to it and we will give it everything."

Klopp's reaction after Liverpool were drawn to face Pep Guardiola's City in the Champions League quarter-finals.


"All my family were here - that was for them. It was something I have dreamed of since I was a kid."

Scoring at the Kop end for the first time - with a brilliant free-kick - is something Academy prospect and lifelong Red Adam Lewis will never forget.


"I'm not disappointed because I'm very proud of the performance."

Gerrard reflects on Liverpool U19s' unlucky UEFA Youth League exit, after they were beaten on penalties by Manchester City in the last eight.