Harry Wilson’s excellent form has seen him draw praise from Derby County boss Frank Lampard.
“There’s a lot of talk about Harry and early in the season he was hitting spectacular goals, but what he’s done which has really impressed me in the last two months is really up his game generally. Everything about his game is positive, he wants the ball, he’s creating, he’s scoring so it’s not just the fantastic goals that Harry Wilson is; he’s a player who is developing fast and I’m loving watching him play at the minute. He’s a threat, he works hard, he wants to play every minute of every game. I know Harry is happy here, 12 goals this season and performing as well as he is so I hope it continues. He’s become a hugely important player for us.”
He added: “It’s not done yet so there is no update. I have spoken to Ashley and personally I think he would come in and compete in an area where we know we are slightly short defensively, so it would be a big deal for us. Ashley for me is the best English left back of the recent generation so to bring that into the dressing room would be a good thing for us but it’s not done so I won’t get too excited yet.”
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