Despite suggestions he had played his last game on loan for Wolfsburg, Divock Origi remains “100%” focused on his form away from Liverpool.

Origi was substituted after just 42 minutes in the German side’s 3-0 defeat away to Hoffenheim on Saturday, extending his current goalless run to six games.

This has led to speculation from Die Wolfsburger Allgemeine Zeitung that Origi’s fate at the Volkswagen Arena was sealed.

Sporting director Olaf Rebbe explained how the club would “talk to him behind closed doors,” with WAZ claiming this could have been his last outing for his temporary club.

But speaking to the same publication on Monday, the striker’s father and agent, Mike Origi, insisted his son’s focus remained on helping Wolfsburg stave off relegation.

And interestingly, he revealed how Origi had not spoken with either Liverpool’s loan pathways staff or Jurgen Klopp “for a while,” as he “just wants to focus on VfL.”

Origi Snr. acknowledged that the 22-year-old is “not happy” with his struggle at Wolfsburg, and despite starting in 21 of his 26 appearances for the club so far would “push himself again” to reclaim his role.

“Divock came to Wolfsburg to become a better player, and in my eyes he has,” he explained.

“We will get together after the season with all parties involved and discuss the [future].”

Wolfsburg's Divock Origi ahead of the German Bundesliga soccer match between VfL Wolfsburg and Hanover 96 in the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg, Germany, 9 September 2017. Photo: Silas Stein/dpa

Origi Snr. is in a unique position as the closest person to Origi throughout his troubles away from Liverpool,…

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