Derby County boss Frank Lampard has revealed he has heard nothing from Liverpool with respect to Harry Wilson’s future with the Rams and admits he wants the player to remain at Pride Park.

Wilson, who joined the Rams on a season-long deal from Liverpool in the summer, has enjoyed a remarkable start to life at Pride Park under Lampard this term.

The winger has already netted 10 goals from 24 appearances in all competitions, a feat that included a memorable and sublime free-kick at Old Trafford against Manchester United in the EFL Cup.

Furthermore, the 21-year-old’s stellar showing on loan has linked him with an early return to Anfield as Liverpool aim to bolster their squad to remain competitive in Europe and push for the league title.

Despite the rumours suggesting a recall for Wilson, Lampard revealed he has yet to hear anything officially from Liverpool and admitted he wants the player to remain at Pride Park for the rest of the season.

"I’ve heard nothing from Liverpool, which is good news. No news is good news”, Lampard said in a press conference.

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“I hope he stays with us – I think it has been good for both parties and we’re hoping he can continue his progress here.”

Wilson, who missed Derby’s FA Cup clash against Southampton due to a hip problem, will face a late fitness test for the game against Leeds United on Friday.