Former Liverpool winger Steve McManaman believes Mohamed Salah can emulate the goalscoring feats of club greats Robbie Fowler and Michael Owen over the long term.
And the ex-Real Madrid star expects to see this season's duel for the Premier League's Golden Boot with Tottenham's Harry Kane, who leads by one on 22, to be a regular occurrence.
Salah has been a sensation since his #38million summer move from Roma, scoring 28 in 34 matches, and his average of 93 minutes per goal is the best in the Premier League - four minutes better than Kane.
While such form in his first season is something of a surprise McManaman believes the Egypt international has all the attributes to make it a regular occurrence.
He looks like he will score goals for a long time," said the 45-year-old, speaking at a Liverpool Legends training session ahead of a meeting with their Bayern Munich counterparts at Anfield next month.
Fowler, who scored 183 goals in 369 appearances for the Reds, said Salah's record this season spoke for itself.