What a time it is to be a Liverpool fan.
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds revolution is in full swing with the Anfield side playing some of the best football the Kop has ever seen.
Liverpool are top of the league after four games and have the European Cup and UEFA Super Cup safely tucked away in their trophy cabinet.
Colossal defender Virgil van Dijk is winning awards left right and centre and the club is as healthy as it has ever been in a financial sense.
However, the serenity was abruptly and suddenly disturbed recently when Sadio Mane left the field in a huff after being substituted against Burnley.
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The electric forward very rarely shows that kind of emotion but was clearly very perturbed by Mohamed Salah’s failure to play him on goal on several occasions.
It was quite a tantrum and lead many to think that perhaps it is not all sunshine and roses - as they would have you believe - in the Liverpool camp.
However, speaking over the international break Mane well and truly put to bed any talk of discontent.
Chatting to Complex, Mane had this to say:
“To be honest, I’m really happy to be a part of the club, the family here.
“We have the best fans in the world here, so I’m always so thankful for the support.
"It’s not just great for me too – it gives the whole squad more motivation to perform. It keeps us hungry to get better and better together…
I really struggle to describe how happy I am to be here!
Just what Liverpool fans would have wanted to hear.
Mane has been sensational since signing for the Reds, scoring 63 goals in all competitions as well as sharing the Premier League Golden Boot last season.
His partnership with Salah and Roberto Firmino is arguably the best in Europe and Kopites will be overjoyed to hear just how happy he is on Merseyside.
He then went on to reminisce on that incredible Champions League win and the bonkers parade that followed on the streets of Liverpool.
“When we came back to Liverpool with the trophy, it was just incredible to discover how much it meant to the people here. The mood of the city was just crazy!
Winning it and seeing how much it meant has given us all more motivation this season to perform, and win more trophies for this club.
With Mane in the form of his life, it is hard to see how Liverpool can be stopped.
There could be a few more winners medals in the Senegalese’s cabinet come the end of the season.News Now - Sport News