He has been directly involved in 40 Liverpool goals - scoring 30 and providing ten assist so far in his debut season.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane leads the Premier League goal-scoring charts with 23 goals after the England global netted the victor against Arsenal in the north London derby earlier this month.
Although the former Southampton star has been overshadowed by Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino this term, he remains an integral part of the side. Liverpool's crushing victory over the Portuguese club has helped them keep one foot in the quarter-final of the competition.
Liverpool have had a lot of great players over the years. "It's always important - especially for a striker - to score", said Mane. "The manager is always telling me to stay close to the goal in training".
'I know him well. Suarez's best was achieved in 37 games - Salah achieved it in 30, and there are still several months left in the season.
"If you ask me which time I'd want to go [back to] I would have loved to go to Bill Shankly's time for a few days, to see how it was and feel how it made the club". But yes, it's something we have worked on in the training sessions.
"As good as he is playing at the moment, I think maybe there is even one more level in him".
Salah earned raving reviews for his infectious personality and generosity throughout the day, where he will undoubtedly be hoping to continue that trend on the field when the Reds host West Ham at Anfield on Saturday.