The 20-year old has scored three goals in ten appearances since arriving on loan at Tynescastle in January and he plans to a lot more for the Edinburgh club before he returns to Anfield in the summer to hopefully become part of Brendan Rodgers' first team.
"Maybe Brendan might be looking for other things, like height and strength," he said.
"Hopefully I have done enough to be considered one of the young players in his plans for next season.
"I am still only 20, and if I keep working and training hard then I could be a Plan B for Liverpool.
"They have DVDs of all my performances. Even if they don't get to the game they will see it. I am always getting texts from the staff."