MO SALAH has wound down on the beach during the international break – by delivering a tribute message to Liverpool on the sand.
Salah has been given time off from playing for Egypt during the current international break so decided to fly off for a short break in the Dubai sun.
Instagram @mosalah1 Mo Salah with his tribute to Liverpool while relaxing on the beach in Dubai
But the 26-year-old couldn't resist doing his bit to endear himself to Anfield fans by writing "You'll never walk alone" on the golden beach.
He then posed for a shot in a tropical paradise, standing alone next to the the message while looking out to sea.
Liverpool will hope he returns to Merseyside with his batteries fully recharged for their title run-in – with Spurs visiting Anfield next Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp's side have seven matches left in the Premier League season and they will need Salah in top form if they are to beat Manchester City to the title.
The Reds currently hold a two-point lead at the top of the table, though Pep Guardiola's side have a game in hand on their rivals.
Klopp knows his side can ill-afford to slip up in the final weeks of the season if they are to finally be crowned champions for the first time in the Premier League era.
And at the same time the club are bidding to repeat their feat of reaching the Champions League final for the second year running.
Liverpool have been handed a good draw by being paired with outsiders Porto in the quarter-finals, with both legs around a potentially crucial league clash against Chelsea.
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And they will be desperate for Salah to rediscover his touch in front of goal having failed to have scored since February.
That run has lasted seven matches, and there were signs in the last match against Fulham that he is starting to try too hard to find the net.
Klopp will be hoping the trip to Dubai and a week off will have seen his star man rest himself fully so he returns to top form as soon as the season resumes.