Origi is keen on Jurgen Klopp's side featuring in Europe's elite competition next term.
Divock Origi is hoping Liverpool's 3-1 win over Everton will help book the Reds' place for next season's Champions League.
The Liverpool striker came off the bench during the second half of the Merseyside derby on Saturday to score the final goal of the match as he hopes the Reds can put a run together between now and the end of the campaign.
"It's never easy [after an international break] because you go away with other circumstances, other teams, and then you have to come back and regroup," he told Liverpool's official website.
"We had one good day to prepare with some players flying in from Brazil and other places and I think we handled it well. I think this is a good start to get the Champions League ticket.
"I'm very happy. I think they're always special games - from the moment I came to Liverpool I felt the gravity of this game and to be able to help the team win is important.
"Everybody's very hungry and we have one goal in common and that's to finish in the highest spot possible in the league. We're on a good way and we have to continue."