Jarrod Bowen has hailed Harry Wilson's contribution in a black and amber shirt during his temporary stint with the Tigers.
The Welsh winger was in scintillating form after arriving at the KCOM Stadium from Liverpool at the end of January, scoring seven goals and providing three assists in his 14 appearances for the Club in all competitions.
His impressive displays were also rewarded with trophies for the SportPesa Player of the Month awards for both March and April, whilst also picking up the PFA Bristol Street Motors Championship Player of the Month gong for April, leading to high praise from fellow wide-man Bowen.
“Harry was first class from the moment he came through the doors here,” he said.
“His quality on the pitch and what he added to the group was clear for all to see. You gave him the ball and you knew something was going to happen – whether it be creating an opportunity for himself, a team-mate or scoring a goal.
“He was only here for three-and-a-half months and in that time he accumulated seven goals and three assists.
“He’s an unbelievable player who I can see going to the highest level – and he’s also a top lad off-the-pitch as well. It was a real pleasure to play in the same side as him.”
Wilson has already stressed his desire to have the chance to be part of Jürgen Klopp’s first-team squad at Anfield next season, but should that opportunity not arise for the 21-year-old, Bowen admits he would be welcomed back at the KCOM Stadium with open arms.
“Everyone here, myself included, would love to see him back here next season,” he added.
“That’s a choice the Club has got to make, but also Harry and Liverpool have got to make as well. It’s about what’s best for Harry and his continued development.
“We all know Harry’s long-term ambition is to play for Liverpool at first-team level. I’m sure there will be plenty of Clubs interested in taking him on loan next season – including ourselves. We’ll just have to see what happens ahead of the new season.”