Mohamed Salah has broken a lot of records this season – but according to the Premier League, there are still seven more that heâ€™s in with a chance of toppling during the final three domestic games of the season.
Hereâ€™s what you need to keep your eye out for in the next several games.
Salah needs one goal to be the outright record holder for the most strikes in a 38-match season. Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Alan Shearer have all hit 31 in a season before.
He needs just one more goal to be the all-time top scoring foreign player in a single season, overtaking Ronaldo and Suarez.
Thirteen of Salahâ€™s 31 goals have come away from home, but Mo would have to hit a hat-trick in his only remaining away match, at former club Chelsea, and hope that Harry Kane doesnâ€™t add to his current tally of 15 when he visits bottom club West Bromwich Albion.
By scoring from inside the 18-yard box at The Hawthorns, Salah equalled the record for the most goals scored from inside the area within a 38-match season.
Goal number 28 in the area matched Robin van Persieâ€™s mark from 2011/12, but Salah would need another four to tie Coleâ€™s total of 32 in 1993/94.
His tally of 40 goal involvements are 12 more than anyone else in 2017/18, and four shy of Thierry Henryâ€™s high of 44 in a 38-match season.
Salah has already scored in 23 different matches, a record since the competition was cut to 20 teams for 1995/96.
He will need to score in each of Liverpoolâ€™s remaining three matches to equal Coleâ€™s all-time record of 26 matches in 1993/94.
Salah will not get the chance to equal this record until the final weekend, because he has already struck against two of his remaining three opponents.
If he finds the net against Brighton & Hove Albion, Salah will become the third player to score versus 17 different opponents in a single 38-match season.