MO SALAH believes that he is the best player in the world in his position.
The Liverpool superstar is set to face his old side Chelsea in the FA Cup final at Wembley this Saturday.
Salah, 29, has gone a little quiet of late on the goal front, but having scored 30 times this season, he is right to feel confident.
Speaking to beIN SPORTS ahead of the game, the recent FWA Football of the Year winner said: "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.
"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."
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Liverpool overcame the Blues 11-10 on penalties when the two teams met in the League Cup final earlier this season – with Salah and Co looking to repeat the feat this time around.
The Egyptian's Chelsea stint didn't go to plan, making only 19 appearances for the Blues before being sold to Roma.
On how he recovered from his Stamford Bridge disappointment, he added: "Before 2018, some said that I could not do anything after leaving Chelsea, but I continued and did great things.
"I think in a positive way and try to be on the right path."
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In addition to Saturday's showpiece event, Liverpool will also have a reunion with Real Madrid in the Champions League final later this month.
This time it's personal for Salah, who went off injured against the Spanish giants following a challenge by Sergio Ramos in the 2018 final.
After Madrid made it past Manchester City in the semi-finals, Salah tweeted: "We have a score to settle."
Elaborating on his social media post, he said: "I remember the last final against Real Madrid as if it was yesterday.
"We are well prepared and hopefully we can take our revenge in the next final."
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