I remember watching a game last year and the analyst commenting how strong Divock is and opponents bouncing off of him and/or not being able to push him off the ball.
I have high hopes for him this season, but really do not want to see him out on the wing. Just think he is much better centrally.
He's quite strong, especially for a player on the lighter side, but he's not "massive", which is the point I was making.
VVD on the other hand, really is massive.
Klopp likes his forwards to be able to play across the front line.
Origi plays on the left sometimes because then he can cut in and shoot with his right, something we've seen him do quite a lot of.
I like him, and if he adds consistency to his game he can do a good job for us.
Decent in the air, pacey, an eye for goal, good shot on him. Decent passer, and brings others into the game as well.
He could bully defenders in the box a bit more, and really use his strength, and he could maybe bulk up a bit, but that's in an ideal world.
He has the tools to do well, and hopefully his confidence is through the roof after the CL win and new contract.
At 24, it's really time for him to kick on to the next level, ad if he can do that, we're well set this season for at least one backup attacker.