Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson claims he is focused on firing Derby County back to the Premier League as he dismisses transfer links.
Wilson has been instrumental in the Rams rise since his move from the Reds contributing 10 goals in 22 Championship appearances.
He also scored a spectacular free-kick against Manchester United in the Carabao Cup, en route to knocking the Red Devils out on penalties.
And Wilson, who is tied to the League leaders until 2023, has been keen to note his devotion to Derby – for the rest of the season at least.
“That was always my focus,” Wilson told the Express via DerbyshireLive when asked about staying at Derby until the summer.
“At the beginning of the season, I signed a season-long loan, so it was always in my head that I was going to be here for the season.
“Now that window [deadline for loan recall clause] has gone, everyone knows I’m here to stay.
“I want to help Derby get into the Premier League.
“I want to keep scoring and assisting, helping the team and getting us as high up the league as I can.”
And quizzed on his time so far at Pride Park, he simply replied: “I’m loving it.”
The 21-year-old has 12 goals in all competitions this season.
We could watch this over and over. 😍
— Derby County (@dcfcofficial) December 3, 2018