Divock Origi is unsure of his Liverpool future but admitted that he is happy with life on loan at Wolfsburg at the moment.

The Belgian striker joined the Bundesliga club on a season-long loan at the start of the campaign and is enjoying a spell of regular first-team football. He has made 12 appearances since his move and has contributed with four goals.

Origi was a regular starter in the number nine role under former manager Andries Jonker, but new manager Martin Schmidt has preferred the Belgian on the wings in the last two games. The forward is not overly concerned as he made a name for himself at former club Lille by playing on the flanks.

The 22-year-old revealed that it was his decision to look for a temporary move away from Anfield this summer and is certain that it had Jurgen Klopp's backing. Origi made 43 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool last season and contributed with 11 goals and four assists, but the Reds' foray into the market this summer for further attacking depth indicated that his playing time would be drastically reduced.

Liverpool signed three attacking players in Mohamed Salah, Dominic Solanke and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during the summer transfer window. Among the trio, it is only the former who is enjoying regular first-team football, with the latter two yet to break into the starting XI on a regular basis.

Origi is happy with life in Germany and recently refused to rule out a permanent switch to the Bundesliga club. Even the club's sporting director Olaf Rebbe indicated that the club could hold talks with regards to the Belgium international's future at a later period in the season.

"When I made my choice, whatever choice I make, if the club is ok with it they will agree with it. I think he was behind my choice and he wished me good luck," Origi told the Independent.

"It's difficult to say, what I can say is that I want to one day show my talent at a constant level. That comes from playing, learning, expressing yourself and going through good and difficult moments.

"That's what I am experiencing now at Wolfsburg. It can come quickly or it can take some more time. Everything can happen, I can have injuries or whatever, but of course I try to make the most of it. One thing for sure is that I believe in my ability and we will see where it goes," the Belgian forward explained.

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Divock Origi is unsure of his Liverpool future as he continues to enjoy life on loan in Wolfsburg Getty