Divock Origi has stressed that he is only focusing on his loan spell at Wolfsburg at present and not his long-term future at Liverpool.
Last season, the 22-year-old forward made 32 appearances for the Reds, but 22 of those were off the bench as he struggled to force his way into Jurgen Klopp's reckoning.
With first-team opportunities at Anfield limited, Origi was sent out on loan to the Bundesliga side, where he has made six appearances and scored two goals so far.
Asked about his Reds future by German publication Kicker, the Belgian replied: "I have to concentrate on myself. The future will show what happens. You never know in football. [Klopp] is focused on Liverpool, and I am focused on my task here.
"I think Wolfsburg is okay, the good German organisation, the Bundesliga is a strong game class with high quality and great stadiums. I enjoy it."
Origi has made a total of 77 appearances for Liverpool since his 2014 move from Lille, scoring 21 goals in the process.