Liverpool Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah announced on Friday that he wants to play every minute of the games but also respects any decision from the team's coach Juergen Klopp.
Salah came on as a substitute in Liverpool's previous games which caused a debate on the Egyptian star's future with Liverpool, due to his anger of missing the starting lineup.
"I want to play every minute and all the games, I also want to play 95 minutes not only 90 minutes but finally I respect the decision of the team's coach," Salah told a television programme late on Thursday.
The 28-year-old Egyptian winger became Liverpool’s all-time top scorer in the Champions League as well as having snatched more titles with the English Premier League side.
"The situation is completely different now due to the coronavirus pandemic as there are teams that win games because the fans' absence affects the players' performance," Salah added.
Salah, who joined Liverpool in July 2017, helped Liverpool in winning two long-awaited titles: the 2018-2019 Champions League and the 2019-2020 Premier League.
"It's early to define the winner of the English Premier League this season as all teams are close in the points and ranking," he added.
The Egyptian winger made 25 appearances with Liverpool so far this season in all competitions scoring 17 goals and provided four assists.
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