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The Egypt international has scored 30 times in all competitions this season and scooped the 2022 FWA Footballer of the Year earlier this week.
Salah is hoping to help Liverpool clinch a historic quadruple and he's leading the Premier League Golden Boot race with 22 goals.
It's fair to say the 29-year-old hasn't been at his sparkling best in 2022, but he's a massive believer his own ability.
"If you compare me with any player in my position, not only in my team but in the world, you will find that I am the best," Salah told beIN SPORTS.
"I always focus on my work and do my best and my numbers are the best proof of my words.
"I like to always create a new challenge for me, to work in a different way and to make a difference and that is my duty."
Salah joined Liverpool from Roma in 2017 and he's become their talisman up top, playing key roles in their Champions League, Premier League and Carabao Cup triumphs.
He'll have the chance to add another honour, the FA Cup, to his trophy cabinet this weekend as Liverpool take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final.
Salah is a former Chelsea player but wasn't fancied by manager Jose Mourinho, spending periods on loan with Fiorentina and Roma.
Jurgen Klopp's side have already overcome the Blues at Wembley this campaign, winning the Carabao Cup via penalty shootout in February.
Liverpool are currently second in the league and three points behind Manchester City with two games to go.
Once their domestic business is wrapped up, the Champions League final against Real Madrid awaits.
It'll be the third time they've faced off in the final of European football's elite competition.
Their last meeting in 2018 finished 3-1 to Madrid and Salah had to be substituted after a challenge from Sergio Ramos.
Salah watched on from the bench as a Gareth Bale double sealed a 14th European Cup for Los Blancos.
When asked if that game will factor into his thinking in Paris later this month, Salah told reporters: "Yeah. It’s revenge time."
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