Jurgen Klopp reveals January transfer plan for Harry Wilson


The on-loan Liverpool forward has impressed under Frank Lampard at Derby County

Wilson has made a huge impact in Frank Lampard's side since his arrival on loan but the 21-year-old had revealed his long-term ambition is set on stay at Liverpool.

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"That's the aim. I'll be looking at Trent and Joe today hoping I'm playing with them next season, Wilson said.

"It's nice to see young lads doing well but when it's your mates you have grown up and played with it makes it even better.

And Klopp has admitted he's been stunned by the display of the Welsh young-gun at Derby so far revealing his quality could land him back home in January if the need arise.

"I really think Harry left in the right moment, said Klopp.

"Since i was in, everybody told me Harry Wilson needed to go on loan. He scored a lot of goals for the U23 already," Klopp said.

"He went last year to Hull, he was already good. He came back, pre-season was pre-season, and he went to Derby and now he is with Frank Lampard. It's really nice the job Frank is doing there, it is outstanding.

"England has a lot of good young managers, that's cool.

"Our situation is like this; if you would have asked me two weeks before if we'll do anything in the transfer market, I would have said, probably not.'

"Now we have two centre-halves left. Will we do something? it's not really likely because they [Gomez and Matip] are not out for a long time. But we have to judge it anew.

"That's exactly the same with Harry. If now something happens in an offensive wing position, why should I say today 100 per cent we would not do it? Derby accepted when they signed the contract, they have to wait until the last second before we decide.

"But we don't want to take him away. Only if we really need him, then we would trigger that option. Otherwise he is there in a fantastic team.

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