The striker joined the Reds from Roma at the beginning of the season for what now seems a paltry £39m, having already bagged an astonishing 39 goals in all competitions this term, helping lead the Merseysiders to the UEFA Champions League semi-finals and putting them on course for a top-four finish in the Premier League.
That sensational form has led to claims that Salah will be the target of plenty of interest from Europe's biggest teams, with Real Madrid said to be already preparing a mega-money deal for the 25-year-old.
However, it seems it may prove difficult to lure Salah away from Anfield, judging by the Egypt international's affection for the Premier League giants.
"There's something very special about playing for Liverpool," Salah told CNN.
"The Champions League nights are special for the fans, too.
"You can feel it on the streets."