Divock Origi says he is "excited" over the possibility of playing for Liverpool next season after his compatriot Simon Mignolet spoke to him about the great Anfield experience while they were on international duty.

The Premier League giants signed the 20-year-old starlet for a reported fee of £11m ($17m) in the summer of 2014 after he became one of the sensations of the World Cup in Brazil while playing for Belgium.

But with Daniel Sturridge, Mario Balotelli, Rickie Lambert and Fabio Borini in Brendan Rodgers's attacking ranks, the manager loaned him back to Lille for the remainder of the season to continue his development.

After Liverpool's forwards struggled to fill the void left by Luis Suarez's departure to Barcelona during the first part of the campaign, Rodgers considered bringing Origi back during the January transfer window and is now expected to give him a first-team role next season.

Origi has claimed he is eager to return to Merseyside after Mignolet told him how special it is to play at Anfield.

"He told me it is a special feeling, but that's something I knew already," Origi said to Liverpool's official website.

"He told me before every game there is a fantastic atmosphere from the supporters and everybody at the club, which helps you to play even better. It makes me excited because it's something I want to experience."

The striker hopes Mignolet will help him to adapt to the Premier League and reveals Liverpool's scouters have also been tracking his development during the current campaign at Lille, where he has scored seven goals in 20 starting league appearances and one in the Europa League.

"It's always nice to have someone in the team that you know and who speaks the same language, but obviously I speak some English also, so I hope the integration will be OK," Origi said.

"I am sure there is a good atmosphere within the group. Simon told me the team is very human and that's very good to hear. I have no worries about that.

"Some people from the team's management have also sent me some messages and let me know they're watching all the games. It's very nice to have the team supporting me and watching often."