LONDON: Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah insists he is only focused on helping the Reds win the title despite a deadlock over his contract talks.
One has yet to sign a contract extension, which will expire at the end of the 2022-23 season.
There are reports the 29 -year -old Egyptian striker is demanding a pay rise on par with some English Premier League stars.
Liverpool’s habit of not awarding contracts to players over the age of 30 has sparked the possibility that Salah will leave Anfield.
One proved its worth when starting the season brilliantly when blasting nine goals from nine games.
Currently, the prolific striker is focusing on ensuring Jurgen Klopp’s line -up continues to hamper Premier League leaders Chelsea after maintaining an unbeaten record.
“I’m happy as long as the team continues to win,” Salah told Liverpool’s website.
“I will always try, score goals and help the team win, that’s what matters.
“We have to always give our best to win and I think we have the quality to that.
“We’re the top team, so we have to give our best and try to win something. I believe everyone thinks the same.
“That’s what we need, just focusing on finishing the season by winning the championship,” he said.
Liverpool will continue their Premier League action against Watford, tomorrow.