"Look, if I would start telling you all the positive things I can say about this team we would sit here until an hour before the Champions League final starts, that's the truth".
Salah, who won the title with 32 strikes in 2017/18, becomes only the sixth player and the first African to defend his Premier League Golden Boot title - even though he has to share it with Mane and Aubameyang.
And to top it off, Salah is now the league's top scorer for the second successive season.
Salah played all 38 games of the Reds league fixtures this season, while the Gabon and Senegal forward's acheived the tally in 36 games respectively.
Mohamed Salah 22, Sadio Mane 22, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 22, Sergio Aguero 21, Jamie Vardy 18, Harry Kane 17, Raheem Sterling 17, Eden Hazard 16. Salah emphasized the meaning of team accomplishments over individual awards when he won in 2018.
"We meet hopefully this week and see where we are", Benitez told BBC's Match of the Day following Newcastle's 4-0 win at Fulham on Championship Sunday, referencing a potential meeting with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley.
Rafa Benitez has made no secret of his wish to receive substantial funds to improve Newcastle's squad over the past few years, yet he's been rebuffed time and time again. It's very special to break the record here [at Anfield]. "I will do my best to win it next season!"
"Auba too?" said the German, on learning that Aubameyang, his former signing at Borussia Dortmund, shared the accolade.