Mo Salah has only seven goals left in all tournaments to surpass Roger Hunt's record of scoring the most goals for Liverpool in a single season and he has already joined Hunt and Ian Rush as the only Reds players to have scored 40 times in a single season.
Asked whether he would prefer to win the Champions League or an individual honour, Salah said: "If you had a choice, then of course the Champions League".
However, he returned to the starting lineup after midweek's assault on Manchester City in the Uefa Champions League. 'I have no doubt.
Click through the gallery to see the five highest finishes by an African in the Premier League's golden boot charts. "I don't care about the rest". I know the reason is we come here together to win things but I think the way you try to do it is important.
The goal also saw the Egypt worldwide reach the 40-goal mark across all competitions; a feat that he achieved in just 45 games.More news: R. Lee Ermey, star of 'Full Metal Jacket', has died
"I am also sure that Tottenham's players try to help Harry Kane, and also Manchester City's try to help Sergio Aguero". On April 13, 1988, a Liverpool side who were closing in on the First Division title beat Nottingham Forest, their closest pursuers, 5-0.
To give context about what was produced that night, Sir Tom Finney provided a quote for the ages, saying: 'That was one of the finest exhibitions of football I've ever seen in my life. But we are not one and not the other (richest or best) so we have to find a way for ourselves.
Jurgen Klopp has put together Liverpool's most entertaining team of the Premier League era and the numbers back it up.
Salah certainly still had motivation in his battle to beat Kane to the golden boot, but there was a sense it might not be his day when he failed to win a penalty after a coming together with Nathan Ake.