Liverpool face Bournemouth this weekend but the terms of Harry Wilson’s loan spell on the south coast mean he cannot play against his parent club.
And as per Liverpool’s official website, that’s something that pleases Jurgen Klopp, who praised his ability from dead ball situations as ‘world-class’.
He said: “I am happy he cannot play against us! Each free-kick is a proper threat. We were never in doubt about Harry’s shooting abilities, his skills in that part of the game are incredible – world-class, for sure.
“Harry is at Bournemouth to improve all the rest of his game as well. He makes big steps there. They are not in the best run but even there, he scored two goals in the game before the last game, nice goals as well, not important enough at the end because they still lost but kept the game going. Good, absolutely good.”
TBR’s View – Wilson showing he can influence matches at Premier League level
There’s stiff competition as a left-footed right winger at Liverpool with Mo Salah and Xherdan Shaqiri both ahead of Wilson in the pecking order.
But he’s showing he is capable of stunning top Premier League sides, having scored against Manchester City and Tottenham to go with his goal at Old Trafford last season.
Klopp showed his squad depth in midweek and Wilson has all the makings of another game-winner Liverpool could have in reserve next season.