23 April, 2018
Liverpool sensation Mo Salah is looking forward to possibly achieving a new record, as the results for Professional Footballers' Association Players' Player of the Year for the season 2017/18 are set to be revealed on Sunday evening.
"It's a big honour to win this award". "I've worked hard and I'm very happy to win it". Asked what it meant to become the first Egyptian to win the award, he said: "Hopefully, I'm not the last one".
The 25-year-old has also been banging in the goals in Europe, leading Liverpool to a Champions League semi-final clash with Roma.
"You're comparing you name with some great names".
"I take my hat off to him and I'm sure everybody else in the Premier League does too".
"There are still three games to go".
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Sterling has also made a significant contribution to Man City's season with the England global scoring 18 goals in the Premier League. "Let's see what will happen".
His 46 outings across all competitions have seen him find the target 41 times - with 31 Premier League efforts enough to have him leading Golden Ball and Golden Shoe races.
"Yes, I think from the first day I left the Premier League it was always in my mind", he said with a smile.
Kenny Dalglish (1983) and Terry McDermott (1980).
That's what rung around the auditorium when the PFA Player of the Year was announced.
The latter was announced as victor at the 45th PFA Awards on Sunday at Grosvenor House in central London after a season in which the Germany worldwide has been in scorching form.