Divock Origi wants to move to Liverpool in January, despite initially agreeing to remain at his former club for the length of the season, as reported by the Daily Star.
The Belgian international had a sensational World Cup in Brazil, and as a result, the Reds agreed to sign him from Lille for £10 million.
Part of the agreement, however, required Origi to stay on loan at the French side for the entire season, in the hope of aiding his development at a club where he would be likely to play consistent first team football going forward.
Origi is still only 19 years old, and there were fears that he would not get enough opportunities at Liverpool.
However, Liverpool have struggled since the start of the season, with the club struggling to replace Luis Suarez.
Origi now admits that he would love to move to his new club in January, but only if Lille are willing to let him leave.
He said: “It is not me who makes the decisions but if the club choose to let me go in January I would go, I would like to joinLiverpool then.
“I said that I would stay for the whole season and I wish to remain honourable in that, of course, but if there was a decision by the clubs, I would not say that I would not like to go to Liverpool in January.
“I would love to move to Liverpool sooner rather than later.
“I am here at Lille, its fine, they are a good club and they have helped me.
“I can’t wait to be playing in the Premier League because I can now see that it will suit me better. I think there are good things waiting for me with Liverpool.”