Harry Wilson Sends Message To Liverpool With Hat-Trick

On loan Harry Wilson who has said that he may have to leave Liverpool in search of playtime scored a fantastic hat-trick
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Harry Wilson is certainly doing all he can to give Jurgen Klopp something to think about next season in regards to the wingers place in the Liverpool squad. Wilson netted a stunning hat-trick for Cardiff in their 4-0 win against Birmingham.

The Welsh international curled in a wonderful goal from 20 yards out taking advantage of keeper Zach Jeacock being away from his line. Two fabulous free kicks followed to complete his Hat-Trick making it his seventh goal for Cardiff this season. 

Harry Wilson Cardiff

Harry Wilson playing for Cardiff City

In an interview after the game with BBC Sport, Wilson expressed that he still felt he had something to offer the Reds saying, "I feel I'm good enough to be in that squad. I'd like to think I could go in there and add something different. It's always been my aim to get into the Liverpool team and play for the club I've been at since I was eight."

The 24 year old is currently playing his fifth season on loan away from Liverpool and has recently stated his desire to move on from Anfield should a permanent stay with the Reds not materialise.

"If it's not with Liverpool, I'm determined to get a move. I feel I deserve to play at the highest level I can."

The Welshman also had the backing of his temporary coach Mick McCarthy who praised the on-loan forward.

"Why could he not go back to Liverpool and play there? He is their player. I'm not going to pick and choose where he should go, but he is absolute quality. He is Liverpool's player and I would love to see him go back and play there."

Liverpool could be about to hit a transitional period when it comes to the shape of their squad and given his countless impressive spells on loan, Harry Wilson's position at Anfield should be giving Jurgen Klopp a headache. It looks likely Wilson will move on permanently next season and it could be a case of what could have been for Jurgen Klopp.