Klopp: Liverpool want Mane on new deal


However, with 30 goals in 36 games this season, Salah has lit up Anfield and significantly softened the blow of losing Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142 million.

Jurgen Klopp says it is "not a secret" that Liverpool want to secure Sadio Mane's future.

Liverpool haven't won a trophy since 2012 and this season their hopes of silverware rest on winning the Champions League, where they are nearly certain to reach the last-eight due to their 5-0 first leg lead over Porto.

When asked if Salah had the best left foot in football Klopp said: "Hopefully".

"But, do we want to keep the players together?"

Mane has proven his worth following a £30million switch from Southampton in 2016, and the 25-year-old is expected to net a double-your-money deal.

'I came to here to win titles, ' Salah told BBC Football Focus.

"I really want to use this base and for that we have to be at our best tomorrow".

Klopp said: "It was a long time".

Klopp said: "I am really happy we didn't have to play immediately after the Porto game, because it would have been quite hard from this big result and a good game from our side".

The only injury absence is defender Nathaniel Clyne, who is recovering from a back problem.West Ham striker Javier Hernandez believes the 2-0 home defeat of Watford last time out has strengthened the belief among David Moyes's men that they can get something from the trip to Merseyside. Liverpool took advantage of a nine-day break without a match after last week's thumping Champions League victory over Porto to head to Spain for a short training camp. They are getting good results, (Marko) Arnautovic flying.