The Belgian has scored in each of his last four matches.
Liverpool striker Divock Origi has told the club's official website believes he has further improvements to make in light of his recent good goalscoring form, but believes more regular game time is helping him.
Origi made it four goals from as many games in Sunday's 2-2 with West Ham United at Anfield, and looks set to keep his place for the next few games given both Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge are sidelined with injuries - though the timescale on Sturridge's injury remains unclear.
Liverpool's Divock Origi celebrates scoring their second goal
The Belgian told liverpoolfc.com: "You always try to score and I feel that I'm growing in the game.
"As a player you need game time and the more I play the more I feel better but I still want to make steps.
"[It helps] having more game time and when you play with your teammates you start learning how they play and they learn how I play
"The more I play, the more I see their movements so that's good."
At this moment in time there is a big responsibility on the shoulders of the 21-year-old but in front of goal he is delivering - as he scored his sixth goal of the season in all competitions.
Liverpool's Divock Origi scores their second goal past West Ham United's Darren Randolph
There is perhaps a little lack of fluency among the front three that there has been in previous weeks with Roberto Firmino now taking up a wider role, but Liverpool are still a strong attacking threat that should get stronger.
It's positive that Origi feels there is more to improve on while he's finding the net. He will hope to extend his scoring run on Wednesday when Liverpool travel to Teeside to take on Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
It's a very busy time of year, and it looks as though Origi will be one of the busiest players on duty. If he can continue to improve with his role and side and find the net, then it will be a case of a job well done purely from his perspective, but he will be hoping to help the Reds back to winning ways starting on Wednesday.