Welsh winger Harry Wilson joined the Tigers at the end of the January 2018 transfer window, on loan from Liverpool for the remainder of the season.
One of a number of talented youngsters to come through the Liverpool Academy, Wilson is a pacey, tricky winger who is an exciting prospect.
Wilson made his senior Liverpool debut in an FA Cup win against Plymouth Argyle in January 2017, having previously spent a spell on loan with Crewe Alexandra in 2015.
Captain of Liverpool’s U23 side in 2016/17 and a regular on the scoresheet last season and this, he signed a new long-term deal with the Anfield club ahead of joining the Tigers.
On the international scene, Wilson became the youngest player ever to play for the senior Wales team when coming on as a late substitute against Belgium in 2013 aged just 16 years and 207 days, and he is a regular in their U21 side.