Divock Origi says the Anfield atmosphere in the closing stages of Sunday's 2-2 draw with West Bromwich Albion was unlike anything he had witnessed before in his short career.

In his pre-match press briefing, manager Jürgen Klopp had called for the Reds faithful to provide 'special' backing to his side as they looked to improve on their recent efforts at home.

And that rallying cry was tested as the Baggies raised the possibility of a third Anfield defeat of the season by going ahead in the 73rd minute - but the fans responded in style.

Their passionate response was rewarded when Origi turned home a late, late equaliser, and the Reds were perhaps unfortunate not to find a winner in the raucous final moments.

Reflecting on the celebrations the players shared with the Kop after the final whistle, the Belgian substitute told Liverpoolfc.com: "We're all together. 

"The way the supporters pushed us at the end was something I'd never seen in football until now in my career. 

"It was very emotional and pushed us to score this goal. We're all in this together and we wanted to thank them."

Origi's crucial strike, his first in the Barclays Premier League, took a heavy deflection off the leg of goalscorer Craig Dawson.

But he has no qualms over claiming it, and expressed delight over adding to the three goals he notched in the Capital One Cup win over Southampton earlier this month.

He added: "I claim it and I'm very happy because personally I work very hard and it's starting to pay off. I'm very happy for me and the team.

"I think after the three goals at Southampton it gave me a mental boost. I can see that everybody supports me - as a young player when you feel loved and you play in a team like this you can only do good things. 

"I'm happy that I could show my qualities and score today."

The 20-year-old also talked up the importance of snatching a point late on from a physical contest in which the opposition scored from both of their two shots on target.

"It was a difficult game so we tried to show our mental strength," he explained.

"You can never predict a game like this so we just gave everything and we're happy that we could equalise at the end.

"Football is never easy, they played long balls and scored so we tried to come back and give everything we got. 

"We have a point, it's good, but we can learn from this also."