"Oxlade-Chamberlain didn't play last year, all the young boys didn't play for us last year", said Klopp, as quoted by the Evening Standard.
Despite not being a regular under Jurgen Klopp last season, Origi stepped up on a number of occasions and made his mark during important situations for the Reds.
Origi also feels the next few seasons could be his prime years and vowed to make the best use of them by trying to the fullest.
His biggest moment came in the Wanda Metropolitano but Jurgen Klopp believes Origi has got back to the physical levels he first displayed during the manager's first season in 2015-16; Origi became Liverpool's first choice striker in that campaign but his progress was unexpectedly halted.
The Reds also won the Champions League later in 2019 June, making it their sixth European win in history and also their first title win since Jurgen Klopp assumed charge at Anfield almost four years ago.
"The transfer market is open".
There is a real possibility that Origi starts the season as a regular starter.
"We will see. He has to play different positions as well - the centre, wing is possible I think".
The 19-year-old who scored a fantastic eight goals in six games at the 2017 under-17 World Cup for England, looks like he may well be a once-in-a-generation talent - possibly rivalling stars like Michael Owen or Robbie Fowler.
However, Jurgen Klopp chose to keep him at Anfield and that proved to be an inspired decision. Divock Origi stays, which is good news.
If Klopp does decide to keep hold of him then it's hard to see the winger getting much game-time at Anfield ahead of the likes of Mo Salah. It looked tonight like they are all confident.
Meanwhile, Liverpool - who play their first pre-season friendly against Tranmere on Friday - have no interest in signing Lille forward Nicolas Pepe.
Midfielder Oxlade-Chamberlain played only two matches last season due to a serious knee injury as the Reds finished second behind Manchester City in the league but went on to win the Champions League by defeating Tottenham Hotspur in the final.