Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has said the club must stick together to come out from their form slump.
Despite bagging 22 goals in just 32 appearances in all competitions this season – and six since the turn of the year, despite his side poor form – Salah insists that personal glory means nothing, compared to the Reds’ struggles.
“It’s good to win trophies individually but we just need to focus in that period and try to win games and go through the right way,” he said.
“When I score goals and help the team to win games, that’s what makes me happy. But if you score goals and the team is still not winning, that’s not a great feeling.
“So we just need to carry on and I’m trying always to score goals to help the team. We just need to stick together and carry on, win games and stay with each other.”