Belgian striker Divock Origi will have to fight with Daniel Sturridge and Danny Ings for what should be a single lone striker position at Liverpool.
With Christian Benteke likely to be sold, that will leave attackers Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino as two other options. So, there is enough competition and the 21-year-old has a challenge on his hands.
“We are at a big club and that is one of the challenges of being at a big club – that is what pushes you to go higher,” he told the club’s official website.
“We have to push each other and support each other so we can achieve that.
“It’s the reason I came to Liverpool, to have challenges. We all have qualities but we have to unite together and show we can do great things together. It’s a good squad and we have to work.”
With a number of injuries in attack at Liverpool last season, when most of the striker’s were available, manager Jurgen Klopp fancied Origi the most. The Belgian started the big games and only had to work from the bench in the Europa League final, because of an injury late in the season.
Such trust was quick progress since the Reds signed him as a teenager during the 2014 Fifa World Cup.
“After the World Cup [in 2014], I got the chance at 19 years of age to play at a high level and sign for one of the biggest clubs in the world,” he added.
“Before you come here, you don’t really know what it means but afterwards, I fell in love with the club.