- Liverpool face Roma in a Champions League semi-final first leg on Tuesday
- Jurgen Klopp's side trained at Melwood on Monday ahead of Anfield showdown
- Mo Salah was among the Liverpool players who were put through their paces
- Salah beat Kevin De Bruyne to win the PFA Player of the Year award on Sunday
By Daniel Matthews For Mailonline
Published: 14:15 EDT, 23 April 2018 | Updated: 19:15 EDT, 23 April 2018
Less than 24 hours after picking up the PFA Player of the Year Award, Mo Salah was back among his team-mates preparing for Liverpool's huge Champions League clash with Roma.
Jurgen Klopp's side welcome the Serie A side to Anfield on Tuesday night for the first leg of their European semi-final, with either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich awaiting the winner of the tie.
Salah has enjoyed an incredible first season back in English football, netting an incredible 41 goals in 46 appearances since moving from Rome to Merseyside.
Mohamed Salah trained alongside his Liverpool team-mates at their Melwood base on Monday
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp wraps up against the cold during the training session
Nathaniel Clyne enjoys a joke ahead of Liverpool's Champions League clash with Roma
On Sunday, Salah beat Kevin De Bruyne to pick up the PFA Player of the Year award
And on Sunday his form was rewarded with the prestigious PFA award. The Liverpool forward beat off competition from the likes of Kevin De Bruyne to land the prize in London on Sunday.
In so doing, he became the seventh Liverpool player to win the award and the first since Luis Suarez in 2014.
On Monday, however, Salah was back on the training ground alongside the likes of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino as the Reds prepared for Tuesday's first leg against his former side at Anfield.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson was also among the squad that trained at Melwood and the midfielder hopes Salah will remain Liverpool's talisman for years to come.
Roberto Firmino shares a joke with strike partner Sadio Mane ahead of the semi-final first leg
Liverpool and England midfielder Jordan Henderson is set to captain the Reds in Anfield clash
Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Co appeared in good spirits ahead of the huge European tie
'He deserved it. He's been fantastic throughout the season. His record and his stats speak for themselves. He's been a massive player for us this season.
'Hopefully he can continue that form over the next few weeks. He's up there with the world's best so obviously there will be other clubs who want to take him away. But I feel like he's in a great place with a great set of lads and a great manager going in the right direction.
'We want to create our own history here and I'm sure that Mo wants to be part of that. He's a big part of that now and I'm sure he will be for many years to come.
'Playing in the semi-final of the Champions League at Anfield is a huge occasion not only for me but for all the players.'
Liverpool centre back Van Dijk is set to be at the heart of the Reds' back four against Roma
Henderson (centre) praised Salah, saying: 'He's been a massive player for us this season'
Loris Karius is put through his paces alongside the rest of Klopp's squad at Melwood