Jurgen Klopp certainly hasn’t been afraid to shake things up in his first year at Liverpool.
Whatever the German has done to the Reds’ attack has worked wonders, even if it has meant dropping established players like Daniel Sturridge from the regular starting line-up.
Towards the end of last season when Sturridge was sidelined through injury, that meant a run in the team for Divock Origi, and the Belgian made a huge impression.
In the new campaign, however, he has been struggling for minutes on the pitch.
Inevitably, that sparked rumours that he could be on the way out of Anfield, with Juventus a likely destination.
Speaking to the Liverpool Echo, though, Origi made it clear he has no intention of joining the Serie A champions for now, even if he isn’t playing as much as he’d like in the Premier League.
“I’ve not heard it. It’s a rumour, as there are many,” he said.
“No, I concentrate fully on Liverpool and the Belgium national team.”
The EFL Cup has given Origi a chance to prove what he can do, and so far, he has shone, scoring in both of Liverpool’s opening games in the competition.