A first-team debut, a full-time move to Melwood and 28 goals at Academy level – 2016-17 has been a season to remember for Liverpool prospect Harry Wilson.
But, incredibly, the 20-year-old still harbours one regret at the end of a remarkable campaign: that he didn’t score 30 times!
After enduring an injury-hit 2015-16 campaign, Wilson has thrived this term with the added responsibility of being named U23s captain, leading from the front as the Reds claimed a third-placed finish in Premier League 2.
Alongside clocking up his incredible goal tally, the winger also provided countless assists, and his form was rewarded when Jürgen Klopp handed him a senior bow as a substitute during an FA Cup meeting with Plymouth Argyle in January.
Wilson was subsequently named on a Premier League bench for the first time during the 2-1 win over Burnley at Anfield in March.
However, when asked to reflect on his season, the ambitious attacker preferred to pick out areas for improvement, rather than pat himself on the back.
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