Liverpool star Sadio Mane has admitted that he had improved his finishing last season, while acknowledging that he will improve more in the future.
The former Southampton winger has been in blistering form this season, scoring 22 goals in the Premier League to secure the Golden Boot along with team mate Mohamed Salah and Arsenal poacher Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang.
Firmly establishing himself among Liverpool's best wingers in recent history, his big game performances have really come to the fore, with his performance against Porto in the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Barcelona in the semi-final and other top Premier League sides some of this highlights of his season.
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The Senegalese also helped Liverpool secure the Champions League for a sixth time in their rich history, and barely missed out on the league title, finishing one point below champions Manchester City on 97 points.
"To be honest, I think I improved a lot in my finishing. It was positive because I can say I improved every season, which is important in my development. I will try to work harder and harder to get better and better," the club's official website quoted Mane as saying.
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Mane praised the fans who supported them throughout and said: "They played a big part in the season. [There were] very difficult games at home and they were always here. Keep on going because we need you! It's very important. It makes the club special and it's really important.
"Sometimes it can be a bad day and if the fans give you more motivation, it's positive for the team and for them as well."
Mane feels that they have a 'great, great team' and is looking forward to create something special.
"We have a great, great team. The future can be exciting, for sure. We'll try to do everything to create something special," Mane added.