Harry Wilson is certainly a man in form for Derby at the moment and many Rams supporters will be hoping that he can play a starring role in their promotion bid this season.
The Welshman has scored seven goals already this season and has been in excellent form in the last couple of games.
The winger is on loan from Liverpool and there have been rumours circulating that Jurgen Klopp could be tempted to recall him in January.
Frank Lampard revealed to the Derby Telegraph that there is a possibility that Liverpool could recall Wilson when the transfer window reopens:
“There is an element where Liverpool can call him back in early January.
“That is a conversation between the clubs.”
The Derby boss is confident that Wilson can progress with regular game time at Derby, with the youngster unlikely to force his way into the Reds first-team anytime soon.
“At the minute he’s our player, and of course we want him to stay our player for the course of the season because he is contributing.” he continued.
“For me, he is here to progress, and he is progressing well. I hope he stays with us because I think we can work well for each other.”
Wilson and his Derby teammates will be looking to return to the play-off positions at the weekend when they face Wigan in what could potentially be a tricky fixture for Lampard’s side.
This will be frustrating news for Derby supporters and they will hope that Liverpool don’t look to recall Wilson in the New Year.
Wilson has made a significant impact in Lampard’s side this season and he will be hoping to get even better ahead of the festive fixtures.
He should be wanting to stay with Derby for the remainder of the season as he can develop as a player with the Rams.
He has already proved himself in first-team football, though, which will please both Liverpool and Derby supporters.
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