New Liverpool signing, Mohamed Salah, believes that he has improved on most aspects of his game since leaving new champions Chelsea.
Egypt international, Salah completed his move to the Reds from Roma on Thursday evening in a deal worth an initial €42million, but which could go on to reach €50m with add-ons.
The winger once played in England with Chelsea, making only six Premier League starts in one year with the Blues before being loaned out to Fiorentina midway through the 2014-15 season.
After impressing with the Viola side, he then joined Roma, initially on loan, then permanently and has shone in the Italian capital, peaking last season with 15 Serie A goals and 11 assists in 31 games.
Asked if he has returned to England a better player, Salah told Liverpool's website: "100 per cent, yes!
"Everything (has improved). Even my personality was different, I was a kid – I was 20 or 21. Now I'm four years older, everything is different.
"I have lots of experience in three clubs: I was at Chelsea, then Fiorentina and then Roma. I have good experience.
"Yes, always (I have a point to prove). Even if I see myself playing very well in one thing, I try to improve to do it better and better. I always think about the small details because I need to improve more and more.
"I was here [in England] and I have experience. I like to play here in the Premier League. I'm happy to be back and I'm excited."