The Egyptian is not only on course for winning the Golden Boot in the Premier League, but he is still in the running to claim the Golden Shoe at the end of the season, trailing only Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo by two goals.
When told about the numerous records Salah could break this season, Henderson replied to BT Sport: 'Yeah, he told me he's going to claim all of them!
After the Premier League announced that they would be awarding Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane a goal previously credited to Christian Eriksen, social media was inundated with memes pulling the Spurs frontman's leg and now master impersonator and comedian Darren Farley has waded into the debate in his inimitable style.
"I don't believe. I don't believe", he said.
"I am happy to have this feeling".
"People have opinions, but that is normal. But it's not a big issue, not a big deal for the team".
And he also says Kane never thought he would be open to such ridicule when trying to get the goal. If it was me and I touched the ball I would try and claim it as well!
"It's normal that he was a little bit disappointed [by the response] because Harry and all our players have Twitter, Instagram and all those things and while Tottenham fans will have supported him, fans of other clubs will have killed him". Tottenham fans will back Harry Kane but other fans will kill him. "He is going to learn a lot from this".
Manchester City effectively wrapped up the 2017-18 Premier League title thanks to their impressive 3-1 victory away at Tottenham on Saturday evening.
Pochettino does not think that beating City would prove they can compete for future titles.
He said: "It is not about one result that we are going to show that we are ready or not ready". We have already shown that we are ready to compete.