Harry Wilson says watching the exploits of Liverpool’s senior squad this season has been “inspiring” for him.
The 22-year-old has enjoyed a superb season on loan at Derby County, and will no doubt play a significant role when the Rams take on Aston Villa in the play-off final at Wembley.
And the young Welshman has praised his parent club for what they’ve achieved in this season’s campaign.
“It’s inspiring for me,” the 22-year-old said, as quoted by LiverpoolFC.com. “Those occasions, those atmospheres, they’re what you dream of, you know?
“I want that, whether it’s at Liverpool, whether it’s somewhere else. I want it on Wednesday, when we go to Leeds. I want to experience those feelings and those emotions. I can’t wait.”
On Derby’s massive game against Villa, he added: “It’s huge for any player. These are the games you want to play in, where everything is at stake and everyone is watching. It’s what you play football for.
“It’s a different kind of pressure to anything I’ve experienced. Playing for Wales or making my debut for Liverpool, it was excitement, a feeling of freedom even.
“This is different. You’ve worked all season to get into this position, and you know that one mistake can cost everything, or one piece of magic can make you a hero. It’s excitement of a different kind because the stakes are so high.”