Paul Ince has insisted that Mohamed Salah has what it takes to be a big success at Liverpool, hailing his former club for wrapping up the "good piece of business".
The Egypt international failed to live up to his billing during his last taste of Premier League football, as he struggled for playing time at Chelsea and was eventually moved on to Fiorentina and then Roma.
Salah thrived in the Italian top flight, however, particularly last season when scoring 15 and setting up 11 from out wide, and Ince believes that he will now dazzle at Anfield after completing a £34m switch earlier this week.
"I think it's a good bit of business," he told Sky Sports News. "I watched him play a lot this year at Roma. He scored a few goals – 15 or 16 this year I think he got, playing on the right wing. He scored all different types – long range, in the box.
"It didn't really work for him at Chelsea, he didn't get enough game time I don't think. But he's gone away, got his confidence back and he's come back to a great club like Liverpool and I think he'll be a great addition to Liverpool and I think the fans will enjoy seeing him play."
Salah made just six starts for Chelsea following an £11m move from Basel in 2014.