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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp joked he thought star forward Mohamed Salah would win an award for simply getting out of his auto.

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 have benefited from Salah's exploits with the club fighting to finish second in the league and also in contention to reach the Champions League final after drawing AS Roma in the semi-finals. "Personally for me, it was a target to improve on past year, obviously 29, and it was nice to get to that 30-goal mark".

With the Champions League final in Kiev under two weeks away as Liverpool hope to stun back-to-back champions Real Madrid, the Reds need every advantage they can get and Jurgen Klopp feels his side may have one.

Aston Villa will host Middlesborough Tuesday (2:45 p.m. EDT), and the two winners will play at Wembley May 26 (12 p.m. EDT) for promotion to the Premier League.

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According to The Mirror, Liverpool are still interested in the Argentine worldwide, 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. The trio of Alan Shearer, Luiz Suarez, and Cristiano Ronaldo all netted 31 times in a 38-game season.

Despite Liverpool having their destiny in their own hands in the league, an unlikely defeat against Brighton, coupled with a Chelsea win at Newcastle would leave all the eggs in the Champions League final basket.

The 50-year-old was quoted as saying by the club's official website: "He has played this season, which is outstanding, but he is young enough and has enough potential to improve - that's really good news for all of us and for him as well".

"City have been fantastic this season, they thoroughly deserve it but next year we want to be closer to them and who knows, we could win it".

Solanke's wait to score for Liverpool ended in Sunday's 4-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion at Anfield. "We did not talk much; I just said "hi" to him, and he told me that he was happy for me".