Harry Wilson reveals Jurgen Klopp messages, talks Frank Lampard influence

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Wilson has been one of the stars for the Rams this season, and will certainly be impressing Jurgen Klopp, who will be relishing his return to the Liverpool setup in the future, but tonight's winning free-kick maintained Wales' dominance over the Irish team that are struggling for form of late.

Now the youngster is really enjoying his football and is even being tipped for a recall to Liverpool.

"I wouldn't blame them", the Brighton centre-back told RTÉ Sport.

"It almost worked at the end, we almost got a goal when we were pushing on towards the end". I am fully focused on getting that promotion at Derby first. We wanted to change it up.

Wilson is benefitting from regular game time and also working under the management of Frank Lampard, who is a flawless mentor given his career as an attacking midfielder.

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He has four postseason go-ahead home runs since he joined the club in 2014, tied with Daniel Murphy for the most in that span. Yuri Gurriel broke the game open with a three-run homer just after Reddick hit his solo blast earlier in the ninth.

"If you watch Derby and the way we are playing we are trying to pass the ball". We'll also stream our commentary on our YouTube channel which you can alos listen to at the top of this article. The formation is anyone's guess - but we're going to take a stab at O'Neill replicating the 3-5-2 of last Saturday, with Jeff Hendrick dropping deep to allow Robinson and O'Brien partner each other up front. There are a lot of new faces, it's a re-building thing but at the same time we have a lot of positive players as well.

Ryan Giggs seems to be a big fan of Wilson and has shown his faith in the midfielder since taking over as boss. 'Giggs has been great, he has backed the younger lads to come in a do a job for him.

"I think it's important to use the technique which you feel is most suited".

The injured Bale tweeted his appreciation of the Dublin victor, but Wilson accepts he will be back down the free-kick pecking order when the Real Madrid superstar is fit again.