Date: 1st February 2018 at 12:28am
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Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson became head coach Nigel Adkins’ second capture of deadline day for Hull City.

The winger heads in on a loan spell for the remainder of the season and speaking to the Official Site Wilson explained that it was a no brainer as far as he was concerned.

‘As soon as I found out that Hull City were interested I really wanted to make the move, so thankfully everything got done fairly quickly. I feel that it`s the right time for me to make this move, making the step into a first team changing room and into the Championship. It`s a great challenge and one that I`m looking forward to.’

The 20 year old has come through Liverpool’s Academy and made his senior debut for the side as a substitute in their FA Cup win over Plymouth Argyle last season. He also took in a loan spell with Crewe Alexandra in the 2015/16 season.

Prior to that though he had already become a full Welsh international after coming off the bench aged just 16 in a game against Belgium.

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