Mohamed Salah took 36 games in all competitions to become just the 13th Liverpool player to notch up the landmark in a single season and the first to do so since Uruguay striker Luis Suarez four years ago.
“It is a great feeling to have scored 30 goals in a first season at a club like Liverpool,” he told the club’s website while attending Liverpool’s training camp in Spain.
“I am happy at the moment, I feel good, and that’s the most important thing – and 100 per cent, there is still more to come.”
“In my mind I am always trying to improve and I’m doing it every single day. Every day I look at myself and try to improve myself all the time,” he said.
Salah has reached the 30-goal mark quicker than any other Liverpool player since George Allan 121 years ago and he has more than two months left to add to this season’s total before heading off to the World Cup with Egypt.