Jurgen Klopp praised Mohamed Salah for his ‘desire for goals’ after the Egyptian banged in his 31st of the season.
The 25-year-old has enjoyed an incredible debut campaign at Anfield and was in explosive form once more as Liverpool ran out 4-1 winners against West Ham in the Premier League.
Salah notched the Reds second of the afternoon, with Emre Can, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane all getting on the scoresheet, as Liverpool rose above Manchester United into second place in the Premier League.
Most impressively, though, Salah matched Luis Suarez’s record goal haul season during his time at Liverpool.
And Salah’s manager was full of praise for the attacker after another fine afternoon’s work.
‘In football it’s all about doing the right thing in the right moment. And I like Mo’s desire for goals, you could see that.
‘Flexibilty, being fluent, depends on all the players around. You cannot just have one player flexible. That’s how it is.
Klopp was delighted ‘If you see how we change positions, how Roberto (Firmino) immediately defends each moment for Mo. Sadio does the same.
‘It’s really important. If you didn’t do that – because you cannot score from every situation – you can cause yourself problems.
‘Yes he is doing well, he scored from not the biggest chance we had in the game. It was a nice goal.’