The Anfield giants last won the league title 28 years ago and the Egypt international wants a change in fortune Mohamed Salah has stated his desire to win the English Premier League title with Liverpool. The Reds last won a diadem in 2012 when they defeated Cardiff City in a penalty shoot-out to claim the League Cup for a record eighth time and have not tasted the league title since 1990. They currently occupy the third spot with 18 points adrift of league leaders Manchester City but a win in Saturday’s clash with West Ham United could see them climb to the second spot. And the 25-year-old who has hit the ground running since he joined the club from Italia side Roma in the summer, scoring 30 goals including his 22 in the top-flight has reiterated his aim to win titles for the club. "I came here to win titles," Salah told Football Focus. "I can tell the fans we work 100% to try and win something for the club. "It's a long time since the club won the league. It's my dream to win the Premier League - but I want to win it with this club.