Liverpool have three players Wolves may accept in January swap deal for Adama Traore | Football | Sport
Given that Liverpool signed Origi as a youngster, he still plenty of years ahead of him at the top level.
Despite feeding off scraps of game time for the majority of his Anfield career, he has garnered a reputation as someone who pops up with crucial goals, as well as a respectable strike rate.
By and large, Origi has fallen victim to the established front-three of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino, with only Diogo Jota managing to truly upset the established order in recent seasons.
With Hwang Hee-chan the subject of surprise links to Manchester City and the Reds themselves, bringing in a striker for Traore could prove to be smart business.