Divock Origi isn't happy about not getting regular playing time this season, adding it's "frustrating" not being able to show what he is capable of.
The Liverpool striker who has only made seven starts this season said as ESPN FC quoted: "It's very frustrating not to often have had the chance to show what I can do.
"But I believe in myself and I know very well I have the qualities even if they aren't immediately apparent to the coach, whose decisions I respect."
The Belgium international added: "Today, we just have the Premier League. But I'll draw conclusions at the end of the season.
"Thanks to the experience I have picked up, I now know how to handle the situation. You have to adapt, stay calm and continue working.
"The aim is to become a first-team regular at Liverpool, and I'm perhaps not all that far away.
"For the moment, I'm focused on Liverpool. I try to show my qualities when the coach puts me in. I think I've done that well up to now."