Rams forward Harry Wilson is having a time of his life at Derby County.
Wilson was farmed out by parent club Liverpool this term on a season-long deal to the promotion-chasing side.
The 21-year-old has been firing on all cylinders this campaign for Frank Lampard’s side as they eye a top finish in the Championship this term.
Wilson has laid on four assists and banged a jaw-dropping 14 goals this campaign, stealing headlines over his flying performance at Pride Park.
Boss Jurgen Klopp has the veto to push the button, triggering his return back to Anfield.
However, Wilson will stay at the Championship side for the rest of the season.
Klopp should have made the call this month, but that window has been shut tight, meaning Rams get to keep using Wilson’s services until the end of the season.
The Wales international admitted “that was always my focus”, and with the window now gone, he would have to tie the ropes of his boots tighter for the games on the horizon.
Wilson wants to help Derby get into the Premier League, after confessing he is enjoying every bit of his life at Pride Park.
“I want to keep scoring and assisting, helping the team and getting us as high up the league as I can.”