The Belgium international was granted permission to seek playing time elsewhere by manager Jurgen Klopp in the summer after slipping further down the Anfield pecking order.
Origi joined Wolfsburg for the season and has since found his feet in the Bundesliga by netting four goals in nine starts, leading to talk of a permanent switch come the end of the campaign.
Speaking to The Independent, however, the 22-year-old reiterated that questions over his future will have to wait until next summer.
"It's difficult to say. What I can say is that I want to one day show my talent at a constant level," he said. "That comes from playing, learning, expressing yourself and going through good and difficult moments.
"That's what I am experiencing now at Wolfsburg. It can come quickly or it can take some more time. Everything can happen, I can have injuries or whatever, but of course I try to make the most of it. One thing for sure is that I believe in my ability and we will see where it goes.
"When I made my choice, whatever choice I make, if the club is OK with it they will agree with it. I think [Klopp] was behind my choice and he wished me good luck.
"I think most people know how [Klopp] is - energetic, passionate, loves football and a leader, a real leader. He is very personable, warm person. A real leader that you need to identify yourself with and people can identify with."
Origi made 22 of his 32 appearances for Liverpool last season from the bench.