The Belgian international has been impressive in the few outings he has got this season ahead of the likes of Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge.
Liverpool are currently in a decent position to qualify for the Champions League next season and if they are able to do so, they will have to spend big on their squad in the summer.
Klopp is looking at adding some attacking quality to the squad and if he decides to bring in a top class striker, the position of one Divock Origi in the squad will take a further hit.
The Reds have used the likes of Firmino and Sturridge ahead of the Belgian and he has today revealed that he is frustrated by the lack of playing time at Anfield this season.
Origi only moved to Anfield at the start of the previous season and is one of the most exciting youngsters at the club at the moment.
His return of eight goals and four assists in all competitions this season is healthy for a fringe player but he has not been able to get any closer to a place in the first team under the manager this season.
He has now spoken about his time at Anfield on his international duty and revealed his frustration.
“I know what I can do and I play at a top club,” Origi told the Belgian media.
“I believe in myself and I will get through, but sitting on the bench, there are times that you get down,” he added.
At just 21, Origi is still young in his footballing career and has enough time to come good.
And he felt the same as he went on to say that he is ready to fight for his place at the English club.
“All I can do is work hard,” he said.
“That is still the goal with Liverpool. That’s my focus. It’s a bit frustrating that I don’t always get the chance to show my qualities. But I have to stay calm and work hard,” he added.
Origi scored ten goals and picked up three assists in the entirety of last season making his returns this season all the more comprehensive.
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