Divock Origi admits he's been quizzing Simon Mignolet about Liverpool while on international duty, and can’t wait to experience it for himself next season.

The 20-year-old signed for the Reds from Lille last July, but was immediately loaned back to the French side for the 2014-15 campaign.

Having been tracked by the club for several years, he'll begin his Anfield career this summer.

Earlier this month, Mignolet revealed he educates Origi about life on Merseyside when the pair are in camp with Belgium.

Now, in an exclusive interview with Liverpoolfc.com, the striker has explained what the conversations have been about.

"Just some typical questions about the club, the atmosphere, how the club is doing and about the life in Liverpool because it's a big change for me," Origi said.

"Simon has helped me a lot and given me a lot of information about the city. He told me it's a nice city and advised me on where you can live and the nice places to go. He told me he really likes it and feels at home there."

Mignolet has also painted a picture for Origi on what it's like to run out in front of the Kop on matchdays.

"He told me it is a special feeling, but that's something I knew already," explained the forward.

"He told me before every game there is a fantastic atmosphere from the supporters and everybody at the club, which helps you to play even better. It makes me excited because it's something I want to experience."

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It's not just Mignolet who Origi has been questioning about life in England - he's also had several FaceTime conversations with Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj about what he can expect.

While he admits having a fellow Belgian at Melwood will make the settling-in process easier, he's heard enough to feel confident about walking into the dressing room on his first day.

"It's always nice to have someone in the team that you know and who speaks the same language, but obviously I speak some English also, so I hope the integration will be okay," said Origi.

"I am sure there is a good atmosphere within the group. Simon told me the team is very human and that's very good to hear. I have no worries about that.

"Some people from the team's management have also sent me some messages and let me know they're watching all the games. It's very nice to have the team supporting me and watching often."