BBC Pundit Garth Crooks believes Mohamed Salah is "playing the best football" of his Liverpool career at present.
Salah had a hand in all three of the Reds' goals during Saturday's 3-1 win at Wolves, setting up each of Cody Gakpo, Andy Robertson and Harvey Elliott to score past Jose Sa.
The Egyptian, while unable to get on the scoresheet himself, continues to showcase his impressive habit of being equally capable of creating goals in addition to taking his own chances with relative ease. No player has registered more assists (4) in the Premier League this season than the 31-year-old, who last season saw his tally of 12 bettered only by Kevin De Bruyne (16).
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It is clear to see Salah's game is evolving, becoming a more well-rounded player in the process, which Liverpool will continue to benefit from after keeping hold of the No.11 despite interest from Saudi Arabia this summer.
Of the opinion the former AS Roma winger is currently the most impressive version of himself since arriving at the club in 2017, surpassing the 44 goals and 16 assists of his debut campaign, Crooks wrote in his BBC Sport Team of the Week column: "He might not be scoring goals in bucketfuls anymore but Salah is playing the best team football I've seen him play since his arrived at Anfield.
"He was outstanding again against Wolves and hasn't put a foot wrong since the Saudis tried to lure him to their Pro League with mind boggling amounts of cash. All credit to the Egypt superstar, who has conducted himself in a manner dignified and respectful to the club who have made him aRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk