We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Divock Origi Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I think it’s hard to describe my style in one sentence. It depends on how I’m feeling. Sometimes I’ll dress more street; other times, I’ll dress more classy. I have so many different ways that I can express myself, so my style is pretty versatile.
There are a lot of things you learn from playing wide. You also understand the way that you can coordinate with the front three or front two.
My qualities are more when I move around and use my speed.
When someone shows confidence in you, you want to reward it back.
I didn’t have anything against Manchester United or any other team, and my dream was always to play in the Premier League one day, but my heart told me the best thing would be to stay at Lille.
Never stop believing in yourself; play with your qualities. You always have to keep making steps. Progress is everything. The big players, every season, they become a new player: they learn, and they learn. That’s the key.
I am feeling comfortable at Liverpool, and I think that’s important.
I only started playing top football when I was 17 and a half.
One thing for sure is that I believe in my ability, and we will see where it goes.
I like to speak with more experienced people – with the staff, the manager – and get a lot of advice. But from a young age, I always remember that talent is good, but hard work beats talent.
When I think about my late grandmother and how she used to talk to me, I become very emotional.
I love fashion from all over the world, from Japan to London to Italy.
I’m very interested in how the brain works and the different personality types. I get my friends to do personality tests, and I see what type they resemble.
Obviously I have personal goals in my mind, but I put the team first.
When you are a footballer, you eat, sleep, and breathe football. If I have a bad training session, I can go home and do whatever I want, but you still feel an emptiness.
Things went so quickly from being a sub in Lille to scoring in the World Cup to signing for Liverpool, but I always had good advice from my parents and my religion to help keep me grounded.
It’s on the pitch you have to do your talking, and it is the coach who makes the decisions, so the best I can do is show my best form.
Many times after a game, I get the feeling that I have not done enough, I should have done better, of course there is room for improvement.
I’ve always tried to make outfits that bit more special and unique. I think it’s my way of expressing myself, because I’m not a big talker. I’m not really expressive in that way, but I am in the way that I dress.
I still remember my days in Komarock estate, the days when it was all normal, and even though I am born and bred in Belgium, I could easily fit in and feel like any other Kenyan.
I started to study psychology but had to stop when I got into the first team.
You realise you have to be physically strong when you come to the Premier League because it is a very intensive league.
Everybody has their own style. I’m very particular in what I like, and I try to keep it that way. I always have big appreciation for other people’s styles, and I love seeing how other people dress themselves through their own influences.
I focus just on the important issues, and I know I can make a lot more progress.
I am the younger version of my father. I try to be as normal as I can.