DIVOCK ORIGI is determined to use his loan spell at Wolfsburg this season to forge his way into Liverpool’s starting line-up next term.
Origi left Anfield to move to the Bundesliga for a season-long stint at the Volkswagen Arena over the summer.
He has made five appearances for Wolfsburg so far this term and is yet to find his top form.
But the 22-year-old striker is confident he’ll improve enough in Germany to convince Jurgen Klopp into giving him a chance at Liverpool next season.
Origi told Sky Sports: “Jurgen Klopp sent me a message wishing me luck. Now I am focusing on becoming a better player. I’m focusing on Wolfsburg this year.
“[We agreed] a one-year deal. For me it’s one year. If you want more then ask Liverpool, but for what I know it’s one year.”
Wolfsburg parted ways with manager Andries Jonker last month, replacing the Dutchman with Martin Schmidt.
The Wolves are unbeaten in Schmidt’s first three games in charge, including an impressive 2-2 draw away to Bayern Munich.
Origi added: “I feel I am growing since the new coach came.
“I feel good. I feel fit. I feel I am getting rhythm. I feel happy. I made a good choice.”
Origi is currently with the Belgium squad as they prepare for their World Cup qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina tomorrow.