By Matt Bullin
Liverpool and Belgium striker Divock Origi has revealed his desire for more playing time following the Reds 2-2 draw with Bournemouth.
Origi bagged Liverpool’s second on the night as Josh King netted a late equaliser to snatch a point for the Cherries.
Philippe Coutinho had earlier levelled for Jurgen Klopp’s side after Gini Wijnaldum’s dreadful back pass allowed Benik Afobe in to open the scoring for Bournemouth.
The result leaves Liverpool in third, two points clear of Manchester City in fourth, who have a game in hand.
It was the first full 90 minutes Origi had played in a Liverpool shirt since the turn of the year, and after the match he was quick to express his desire for more starts.
The Belgian striker told Liverpoolfc.com: “I think the more I play, the more I can express myself, the more I feel better.
“I’m always happy to score and play – I play on intuition, try to enjoy the game and be dangerous in front of the goal.
“Let’s hope next time I can score and help the team win.”
Origi’s goal against Bournemouth was his second in as many games as he also netted against Everton in the Merseyside derby last weekend.
The 21-year-old now has 10 goals in 36 league and cup appearances this season, as well as four assists.
Liverpool fans will be hoping that he lives up to his promise of being ‘dangerous in front of goal.’
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