Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah has enjoyed an incredible debut season at Liverpool.
The 25-year-old was signed from Roma for £36.9m last summer and has taken the Premier League by storm.
Salah has already netted 41 times in all competitions and needs just one more league goal to break the record for most goals in a 38-game season.
It was no surprise when he beat Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne to the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday night.
“It’s an honour to win this award especially because it was voted for by the other players,” said Salah at the award ceremony.
“I would like to thank my team-mates and everyone at the club for helping me to make this happen.”
He's quickly become a very popular figure in the Liverpool dressing room.
Salah's teammates love him
The former Chelsea flop is a popular man on Merseyside and the fans have been belting out a number of chants for their new star all season.
Liverpool fans have been singing the 'Salah running down the wing' chant a lot recently - and the Egyptian winger absolutely loves it.
"Every game they [the fans] sing it," Salah told CNN. "So nice. Even last game they sung it.
"The players also sing it in the dressing room. It's a very nice song."
Even Salah's teammates are serenading him now!
Set to host Roma in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final on Tuesday night, the atmosphere in the Liverpool dressing room sounds like it couldn't be better.
Despite speculation linking him with a move away, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson believes Salah will make history at Liverpool for years to come.
"He's a fantastic player and up there with the world's best," Henderson said.
"There will be other clubs that want to maybe take him away. But I feel as though he's in a great place, with a great set of lads, great team and a great manager going in the right direction.
"We want to create our history, win things here. I think that will be very special and I'm sure Mo will want to be part of that. He's a very big part of it now and I'm sure he will be for many years to come."
Jurgen Klopp has created a wonderful environment at Liverpool but is yet to win a trophy since arriving in 2015.
Hoping to reach his second Champions League final, the eccentric German manager will be desperate for his players to perform against Roma.