Divock Origi comments on very satisfying win over Stoke City

The striker scored two of his sides' four goals in the win over the Potters.

Liverpool’s win over Stoke City on Sunday was very satisfying, Divock Origi has told BBC Sport.

The Reds ran out 4-1 winners at Anfield, as goals from Alberto Moreno, Daniel Sturridge and two from Origi set them on their way to victory.

The result took them up to eighth and above the Potters in the table, as they eye a late push for the European places this season.

It capped off an excellent week from the young Belgian in particular, following his superb display against Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League.

And he says it was a very satisfying display, saying he is still learning and enjoying his football.

"That was very satisfying,” he told BBC Sport.

“It's never easy to play against Stoke but we showed we had a lot of qualities. I'm never satisfied with my own play, but I'm happy. It's nice to play and score. I'm learning and enjoying my football."

The striker will now be hoping he is handed the chance to impress again when Dortmund travel to Anfield on Thursday.

He certainly hasn’t done anything to harm his chances with three goals in a week demonstrating his potential once again.

Given how successful his selection was against the Germans in the first leg as well, it would not be surprising to see Klopp opting for the youngster once again to try and ensure his side’s progress.

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