Last month, Liverpool star Mohamed Salah gave an interview to AS in which he admitted “it’s hard” for him to say how long he will stay at Anfield

The forward, who has a contract with the Reds until 2023, also spoke positively about Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Norway’s TV2 have interviewed the 28-year-old, and he again discussed his future.

“I don’t know. If you ask me, I say I want to stay here as long as I can, but as I’ve said before, it’s in the club’s hands,” he said.

“I’m always going to give 100 percent until the last minute I’m at this club and I want to win as many trophies as I can. And I want to give 100 percent to the people, who show me love all the time.”

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Salah has been a vital member of Klopp’s squad since he arrived at the Merseyside club from AS Roma in 2017. He has won the Champions League and Premier League with the English side in the last two seasons.

Liverpool are currently without Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez due to long-term injuries. Joel Matip has also been on the sidelines, forcing Jürgen Klopp to use midfielders in the heart of his side’s defence.

The Egypt international doesn’t want to use injuries as an excuse for a dip in his side’s form in recent matches. Liverpool have failed to win their last four league matches and have not found the back of the net in three of those fixtures.

“We started the season really well. It’s happened to every team and that’s why it’s so smooth. Unfortunately, we haven’t done enough to win the last few games, but we can do better. We just have to take a few steps back and play our game, that’s it,” Salah explained.

“Of course, it’s affected [injuries] us in one way or another, but the players who play in that position always do their best.

“We’ve lost some top players like Virg and Joe, and Diogo Jota was also injured. The situation would have been better if we had all available, but we are not complaining since we have young players who have done very well and who are doing their best.

“Yes, we have had injuries, but we have to deal with the situation and continue. It is that, and not complaining, that will make us masters.”

Liverpool dropped to fourth position after their goalless draw against Manchester United on Sunday. They are three points behind league leaders United.

Salah, who has netted 13 goals and added three assists in 17 league appearances this season, talked about his side’s chances of defending the title.

“I think this is a tough season for everyone, because of the corona and the situation in the world, but we’re fighting hard to defend the title,” the African stressed.

“We try our best at training and in battle to win, and everyone is constantly hungry for more. We do our best to always give 100 percent. It’s a tough situation for everyone, but we’re still fighting to make it.”