De Bruyne spent a 18 months at Wolfsburg having been sold by Chelsea before returning to the Premier League with Manchester City.
During his time in Germany, De Bruyne built up his game and proves his doubters wrong becoming one of the hottest attacking midfielders in European football. And Origi believes he use his time at Wolfsburg in the same way.
“Maybe I can get some inspiration from him (De Bruyne), but I have to go my own way,” Origi told Belgian newspaper HLN.
“Each player writes his story. Currently, this is the best place for me.
“I spoke with my entourage about this transfer and also with Kevin when my choice was fixed. He confirmed all the good.
“He said Wolfsburg is a stable and ambitious club with perfect facilities and good fans. He called it an ideal environment to grow. Just what I need.”
Divock Origi's record for Liverpool across all competitions:
36 starts 🏃
21 goals ⚽
10+ goals in both full seasons with the club. 👏 pic.twitter.com/Rl4NJsEqic
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 31, 2017
Origi has a lot to learn at Wolfsburg
After failing to make a consistent impact on the Liverpool starting XI over the past two seasons,Origi was sent on a season-loan to Wolfsburg on the final day of the summer transfer window.
Despite making just 16 appearances, Origi’s debut Premier League season for Liverpool remains his best. Averaging 0.67 goals per 90 minutes in the 2015/16 season, the Belgian has failed to replicate his form averaging 0.42 last season and just 0.21 for Wolfsburg this season.
However, 2015/16 was also the season which saw him take the most shots averaging 3.20 per 90 compared to 2.22 and 2.68 last season and this season respectively.
Last season, Origi did find himself making more goals for his Liverpool teammates at an average of 0.18 per 90 minutes. This season, the Belgian is yet to assist in the Bundesliga.