Jurgen Klopp hailed Divock Origi as a Liverpool "legend" after the striker delivered another derby-winning appearance against Everton.
Origi played the last hour of Sunday's 2-0 win at Anfield
By scoring his side's subsequent objective in the wake of being associated with the development of Andy Robertson's opener.
The Belgian has now scored six objectives against Everton
He has shaped a standing as a super-sub, having likewise fallen off the seat to score in the 2019 Champions League last.
Origi's agreement is set to lapse in June when his eight-year stay at Anfield is probably going to reach a conclusion.
Not yet clear could sign Origi, however, Klopp trusts the 27-year-old "will detonate any place he goes."
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Klopp added: "He is a-list striker, he is a legend and will remain a legend until the end of time.
"He doesn't necessarily make the crew which is absurd.
However, he is there when we really want him like clockwork."
Be that as it may, Graeme Souness believed Klopp's high acclaim for Origi was over the top.
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