Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has praised the development of Mohamed Salah ahead of visiting Anfield to play Liverpool on Saturday evening.
In 2014, Salah failed to impress at Stamford Bridge after an £11m move from Basel but since joining Liverpool in the summer, the Egyptian international has established himself as one of the players of the current campaign.
Salah goes head to head with his former club for the first time this weekend, and Conte has admitted that the attacker has improved since his previous period in English football.
The 48-year-old told reporters: "I know him very well, he is a good player, very dangerous, very technical, very fast, very strong.
"I don't know it happened in the past, in the past he was very young and now has developed a lot."