'Someone told me' - Divock Origi reflects on Liverpool career as prediction comes true
Divock Origi's time at Liverpool is coming to an end but the Belgian will forever be remembered by Reds supporters
Divock Origi has admitted his experiences as a Liverpool player will remain special to him for the rest of his life
The Belgian forward was at the home of the Reds for one final time on Sunday afternoon for the visit of Wolves,
unable to play any part in the fixture due to an injury sustained earlier in the week.
Despite being unable to get onto the pitch, Origi was given a guard of honour by the rest of the team after the full-time whistle.
After arriving at the club from Lille in 2014, the 27-year-old will depart on a free transfer
this summer after providing supporters with countless unforgettable moments in a Liverpool shirt.
A banner reading 'Football without Origi is nothing' was displayed in the Kop as the forward made his way out of the players' tunnel,
Making clear just how well-respected he is among the fanbase.
Reflecting on his career at the club after the Reds' win over Wolves, Origi told Sky Sports : "It's an unbelievable club.
The atmosphere and the Champions League nights, going to AXA Training Centre, the people and the players. It has been a joy.