Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says Harry Wilson has not been fazed playing in the Premier League for the first time.
The Liverpool loanee has made 13 appearances for the Cherries this season, but amazingly he has only completed one 90 minutes for far, however the Bournemouth boss believes Wilson has been a fine addition to their squad.
Wilson, 22, spent last season on loan at Derby, but Jurgen Klopp made the decision to send the wide man to the Premier League this season after featuring for Liverpool in pre-season.
The Wales star has delivered for Bournemouth with four goals, with the player admitting he still keeps in close contact with Klopp via text.
“He’s done really well. You sometimes forget it’s his first season in the Premier League because he’s not been fazed at all,” Howe told the Daily Echo.
“He’s come in and attacked the games. He’s built up a really good relationship with Adam Smith. I think you could see that developing (v Man Utd).
“He’s given us really nice balance with the left-footer on the right. He’s scored some key goals for us and again he’s another player that I think through time and experience and getting to know the group even more, hopefully there’s a lot more to come.”
Wilson, speaking about Klopp’s contact, said: “I am always in touch with Liverpool, they have a loan guy there who I am in contact with every week, and I get the odd message off the manager.
“He says he has been watching and after I scored against Man City he congratulated me on the goal. He messaged and said ‘great free-kick!’
“It gives you a boost to see that, and it is great he is keeping an eye on me.”
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