LONDON: Mohamed Salah has urged Liverpool to end a difficult season this season by chasing Champions League glory.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have already lost the English Premier League (EPL) title after a string of disappointing results that put them in seventh place.
The injury -plagued Reds are now 25 points behind leaders Manchester City and five points behind fourth -placed Chelsea.
The hunt for qualification to next season’s Champions League through the top four looks difficult but not completely closed for Liverpool.
They showed signs of resurgence after beating RB Leipzig in a Champions League group 16 rematch and Wolves in the EPL.
With Real Madrid waiting for the Champions League quarter-finals in April, Salah, who is also an Egyptian striker, wants his Liverpool team-mates to aim for European success.
“I’m happy with the results before. So I hope we will continue to win.
“It was very difficult for all of us because of the situation we faced and the position in the EPL but I believe it will get better.
“In the Champions League we are in a good situation,” said Salah, who still shares the lead with EPL scorer Harry Kane at 17.