Mohamed Salah has seen his stunning form fend off stiff competition to earn him the Premier League Player of the Month award for February.
The Egyptian maintained his prolific run with four goals in three appearances, with a complimentary two assists reaffirming his impact.
Salah finished ahead of teammate Roberto Firmino, who reeled in 19% of the votes having scored in wins over Southampton and West Ham.
Salah’s unimaginable impression since arriving from Roma has catapulted Liverpool firmly into the race for a top-four finish, as well as leading a Champions League charge that has put a quarter-final matchup within the club’s reach.
Needless it be reminded of what a revelation he has been after arriving with doubts dating back to his unsuccessful spell with Chelsea looming over him.
The 25-year-old also picked up Match of the Day’s Goal of the Month award for his superb solo effort in the 2-2 draw with Tottenham.
Having taken his tally to 32 goals across all competitions with his effort against Newcastle on Saturday, Salah has now bettered Luis Suarez’s 31-goals in 2013/2014 as well as levelling with Harry Kane as the Premier League’s joint-top scorer on 24.