The 19-year-old has put in two impressive performances from the substitute's bench at the World Cup, including scoring the winning goal against Russia, and has been linked with a number of European sides as a result.
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"As a little boy I always dreamed of playing in the Premier League but I'm still young and now I'm in an important tournament so I'm try to focus on the team," he told reporters.
"Then my entourage will see with [Lille] what I'll do."
Origi also believes that Belgium's qualification for the knockout stages after just two matches has shown the football world just what the team is capable of.
The Red Devils head into Thursday's game against South Korea requiring just a point to top Group H, and the youngster believes the team are getting better as the tournament moves forward.
"It's very special to play games like this and show we have talent in the group. It was also a special match as we showed in the last minute.
"Mentally we are stronger now and more confident."