We're all hoping Liverpool win the Champions League, says Brighton boss

Mohamed Salah Jurgen Klopp Liverpool Brighton Premier League

Mohamed Salah Jurgen Klopp Liverpool Brighton Premier League

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has won another Player of the Year award, to add to his Professional Footballers' Association and Football Writers' Association trophies.

Mohamed Salah will try to repeat his record-breaking scoring form at Liverpool next season, the Premier League's Golden Boot victor told Sky Sports.

Liverpool FC have made progress in the Champions League thanks to victories over FC Porto, Manchester City and AS Roma. The goal drought in the final few months proved to be too much to overcome, as the Swans will join West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City in the Championship next year.

Liverpool have clinched the EPL's final Champions League spot, Swansea's relegation was confirmed and champions Manchester City finished with 100 points on a goal-packed final day of the season.

Georgino Wijnaldum believes Liverpool's players can claim legendary status with a Champions League final win.

Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish presented Mohamed Salah with the Golden Boot award after he scored a record-breaking 32nd goal of the season in a 4-0 win over Brighton.

According to The Mirror, Liverpool are still interested in the Argentine global, with the 25-year-old enjoying a decent if not overly impressive campaign with the Hammers having scored three goals and provided nine assists in 28 appearances this season.

"A few people asked me already if it's too long - no, it's flawless!"

Wijnaldum is also under no illusions of the strength that Real will pose in their attempts to lift a third Champions League in as many seasons.

"Any player wants to do it on a consistent basis and that's what defines a good player from a great player".

"He broke the record for a 38-game season and that is what I will try to do next season".

You have to defend really well, be a bit fortunate, which a times we were, have a good goalkeeper that can make good saves, and most of all, we needed to be better on the ball.

"The only thing that we have to do is play our own game and not be nervous".

He went out with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield. I don't know if the club will agree with me or not, but we are going to talk next week to create the new project or what I think that we need to do together again to try to improve.

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