The Reds signed Salah from Roma in the summer for €50million (€42m plus €8m in add-ons) and the Egypt star has so far been a sensation early in his Anfield career.
The 25-year-old player added that winning something is always a special feeling, "I feel like I had a great year, so I'm very happy".
2017 really has been the year of Mohamed Salah.
He carried AS Roma (2nd in Italian Serie A), in the first half of the year, scoring 15 goals and delivering 11 assists.
Salah, the current top goalscorer in the Premier League, was at the heart of an Egypt side which finished runners-up at the Africa Cup of Nations back in February.
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"I work hard and try to be different from them".
"Last season I had a very good season with Roma, so I need to thank my teammates [there] and also my teammates in the national team".
Additionally, Salah was named Champions League player of the week in September.
And he played a pivotal role in Egypt's qualifying campaign for next year's World Cup competition.
"The good thing with him is he is still young, there is a lot of space for improvement and still a lot of potential for us to work on, but that's how it should be", continued the German.