The Liverpool Academy manager Alex Inglethorpe has wished Harry Wilson well on his loan spell at Premier League side Bournemouth.
The winger has so far enjoyed a successful stint on the south coast, something which will come as no surprise to Liverpool fans.
The Welsh international was a glimmer over the summer, as the Reds toured the US as part of their pre-season, but Jurgen Klopp opted to loan out Wilson.
Inglethorpe hopes that his time at Bournemouth will continue to be as fruitful as it’s been thus far. “Harry had a good, promising season at Derby County and I’m really hoping he can continue that on loan at Bournemouth,” he told the club’s official website.
“Harry has got real ability and he influences games, so I’m interested to see what happens when he gets the opportunity to play regularly in the Premier League.
“Can he step up another level because he has proven he can do it in the Championship? Hopefully he can carry that on in the Premier League.”
It’s unclear what the boss will do with the winger, once he returns from his spell at Bournemouth, but he’s certainly reaping the benefits of regular football.
Wilson has already won the Cherries’ first Player of the Month award, with a few of his special long-range efforts finding the back of the net.