- Mohamed Salah on Thursday night flew to London to collect his Football Writer's awards
- Salah has been superb this season for Liverpool scoring 43 goals in all competition
- The ex Chelsea star was also awarded Players' Player of the Year and Liverpool Player of the Year
Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah on Thursday night, May 10, won three awards which could be tagged as rewards for his incredible form this season for the Reds.
The Egypt international was awarded Players' Player of the Year and Liverpool Player of the Year before travelling to London in a private jet to collect his third award.
Salah flew to London to collect his price as the best player at the Football Writer's awards night where he spoke about being written off while at Chelsea according to the report by Daily Mail.
''From the day I left Chelsea I wanted to prove people wrong. Everyone said I'm not good enough. I proved them wrong.
''I'm not the same player, I improved a lot in Rome but I can't say everything is me. The team-mates are maybe different.
'The coach is tough and they always help me inside and outside the pitch.
''Just wait for Sunday. I just want to break the Premier League scoring record and we'll see afterwards,'' Salah said according to Daily Mail.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Liverpool star forward Mohamed Salah edged past Manchester City star Kevin de Bruyne to be named the Football Writers' Association player of the year.
Manchester City attacker De Bruyne came second with Tottenham striker Harry Kane coming third.
25-year-old Salah has scored 43 goals in all competitions for Liverpool this season and leads the race for the Premier League golden boot.
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