A file photo of Mohamed Salah. Photograph:( Reuters )
Mohamed Salah, Egyptian footballer also considered the 'Egyptian King' scored two goals against AS Roma on Wednesday at Anfield.
He plays as a forward for the English Premier League club 'Liverpool'
'He felt the love in Liverpool,' Salah said.
Salah was named Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year on Sunday. Leading with 43 goals in 47 games this season is indeed an incredible record.
He is next in line with the great attacking players, Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar.
There has been some news of him becoming the next winner of the most prestigious individual accolade in world football.
"I love that when I was a kid that I was playing the PlayStation as Liverpool," Salah jokes.
It was absolutely a delight for English Football League audiences to watch Salah throughout the season as some of his performances were awestruck.
When asked about him being the third best player in the world, he says, "I'll leave that for the people to decide".
The calm and relaxed player did not celebrate either of his goals against his former club.
Pressure builds upon him as his fellow teammate named him as "Player of the Year".
"It makes me work harder," he says due to fan's expectations. "It makes me give everything, more than before because now there's more pressure. Everyone is looking for you to do something. When I didn't score in one game, they said: 'Wow, he's playing badly'."
"Everyone is expecting something in each game I'm playing. I don't have to score in every game but I want to do my best. I want to give everything for the club for my teammates and myself also", he added.