Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has won another Player of the Year award, to add to his Professional Footballers' Association and Football Writers' Association trophies. "Imagine everyone telling you how brilliant you are, or they give you an Oscar for this, an award for that, an award for getting out of auto without having an accident".
The Egyptian acknowledges Klopp's importance to helping him hit the ground running as he says his relationship with the manager has been key in his first season at the club, following his move from Roma last summer. The football played by Klopp's Reds this season has been as good as any witnessed anywhere this season. "What he is, in his mind, is a real goal-getter and that is good".
"Of course he gets an award for Golden Boot, right?"
If Salah can fire more goals and inspire Liverpool to Champions League glory against Real Madrid at the finals, we may be having a very different conversation but for now, though, Suarez takes home the prize.
"We have finished ninth and we could have done better", he said. Everyone can imagine the boys need a bit of rest. It's going to be hard but I think that's something we can deal with.
Biggest winning margin - 19 points: Jesus's late strike ensured City took local rivals Manchester United's record winning margin of 18 points in the 1999/2000 season. We deserve to be there, so we need to show that, be fearless and do our thing. "The boys are humans, not machines". "To play them in three or four days of each other are very hard".
Salah then showed his creative side by setting up Dominic Solanke's first goal for the club, and Robertson netted a fourth in the 85th minute to help Jurgen Klopp's side finish their domestic duties in style.
Spurs needed to match Liverpool's result to secure third spot and they did in dramatic fashion, coming from behind three times to clinch a 5-4 win over Leicester.
Speaking after Tottenham's 5-4 win against Leicester on the final (Kane scored twice, by the way), the England worldwide has challenged Salah to repeat his incredible season from his debut campaign at Liverpool.