Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah had yet another stellar season, with the Egyptian scoring 31 goals across four competitions and helping Liverpool win the FA and Carabao Cups.
The Reds also finished as runners up in the Champions League, as well as finishing second in the Premier League behind Manchester City.
But Salah, in an interview with France Football, shared his opinion that Liverpool deserved more in the Paris final, and that Jurgen Klopp's side deserved to be crowned European champions.
"We deserved to win, we had more chances. I had two or three clear chances but Thibaut Courtois made incredible saves. It's his job, that's what Real Madrid signed him for. It was his night," he told France Football.
Salah also discussed his approach to football, citing meditation as a key tool to help him stay focused.
"I try to meditate every day, 10 or 20 minutes, at home, alone," said Salah, who has turned his home into something of a health centre.
"It's true that I like to say that my house looks like a hospital. My wife doesn't like it.
"Two rooms in our house are dedicated to different fitness machines. At home I can also do cryotherapy, there is a hyperbaric chamber. I am constantly looking to improve my physical condition.
"My wife says I spend more time with my machines than with her.
"If training is set for 15.00, I arrive two or three hours earlier and leave an hour and a half later."