Liverpool forward Divock Origi has continued to remain a regular substitute for the Reds despite his improvement into a better player under manager Jurgen Klopp.
But the Belgian does not appear to have any concerns over his current situation with the club.
Speaking to Het Laatste Nieuws, the 25-year-old said that Klopp has provided him the opportunity to develop into a better player and he is looking forward to continuing his progress with the Merseyside outfit.
“I am a better player than last year. Klopp has given me the space to develop myself. I always listen to my instinct and continue to work,” He told.
“We have spoken with Liverpool and we have a nice course ahead of us. I just want to get better here.
“It is a project for me and I want to follow it. I don’t know how long I will do that. I feel that I am making progress, so it was a pity that the season stopped [due to coronavirus].”
Liverpool are looking at the prospect of signing a new centre-forward in the person of Timo Werner from RB Leipzig and his arrival at Anfield could see Origi drop down the selection order.
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