Jurgen Klopp has expressed his delight at the impact of Liverpool's Egyptian attacker Mohamed Salah this season.
Salah, who joined the Reds for around a reported £37m last June, has scored a remarkable 41 times in his debut season on Merseyside, including 31 in the Premier League - equalling the goal record in a 38-game season.
Klopp admitted that the club took a slight gamble when they bought him from Roma last summer, but the risk has well and truly paid off.
When asked on Salah's current market price, Klopp added: "That doesn’t interest me. I think we paid £37m – I’m not even sure of the price – but that was the market at the time.
"Other teams could have bought him. Is it that now he’s scored 40 goals maybe we should pay £50m?”
PFA Player of the Year nominee, Salah scored with a deft finish n Saturday's 2-2 draw against West Bromwich Albion, equaling the Premier League's record for the most goals by a player in a 38-game season.
On Tuesday night, Salah faces his old club Roma in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals, as Liverpool look to continue their incredible European journey.