Reds have ‘no plans’ to re­call loan star Harry

Derby Telegraph - - SPORT -

LIVER­POOL have no plans to trig­ger a re­call clause in Harry Wil­son’s sea­son-long loan at Derby County, the Derby Tele­graph un­der­stands.

Rams boss Frank Lam­pard con­firmed on Thurs­day that the Premier League club has an op­tion to take the 21-year-old Welsh in­ter­na­tional back when the trans­fer win­dow opens next month.

Lam­pard said he was hope­ful Wil­son would re­main at Derby for the rest of the sea­son and he has been de­lighted with the player’s progress.

“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. For me, he is here to progress, and he is pro­gress­ing well,” said Lam­pard.

Liver­pool are also de­lighted with how the loan has gone and how Derby, and Lam­pard, are manag­ing the player.

The idea of the loan was to give Wil­son a full sea­son of first­team ex­pe­ri­ence and a big part of that will be him be­ing part of Derby’s run-in.

He has started 13 of the last 14 matches, and 16 in to­tal this sea­son, and he is top scorer on eight goals.

Harry Wil­son

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