Frank Lampard secured the services of promising Welsh international Harry Wilson on a season-long loan from Liverpool in July 2018.
The winger came through the Academy structure at the Merseyside outfit, joining the club at under nine level, and signed professionally at the age of 17.
He was a regular in the Liverpool youth teams before getting his first chance of senior football on loan at then League One side Crewe Alexandra in 2015 where he made seven appearances.
Wilson became the captain of Liverpool’s under 23 side and also featured in a number of cup games for the first team before joining Hull City on loan last season.
The 21-year-old averaged a goal every two games as he netted seven times for the Tigers in 14 appearances.
Wilson is the youngest player ever to represent Wales, making his debut for the country in October 2013, aged 16 years.
He made his debut for the Rams in the opening day victory over Reading. He netted his first goal for the club in the 3-1 home win against Brentford, whilst he has made his name as a free-kick specialist.
He smashed a free kick into the top corner as Derby County beat Manchester United at Old Trafford, and also netted his first competitive foal for his country as he smashed in a free kick from 20 yards against the Republic of Ireland in the UEFA Nations League.