- Harry Wilson has revealed he will stay with Bournemouth for the remainder of the Premier League campaign.
- The 23-year-old is delighted to be able to finish the season with the Cherries.
- The Welshman will try to help Eddie Howe's crew stay in the top flight.
"Delighted to be able to finish the season here, massive run in for us," the 23-year-old tweeted.
Indeed, the remainder of the campaign is going to be huge for the Cherries. Eddie Howe's men are currently 18th in the table and they will have to fight to stay in the Premier League.
Wilson has been impressive for Bournemouth this season so far. In his first Premier League campaign, the Welshman has taken part in 23 fixtures, scoring 6 goals.
Wilson made a huge statement last term playing for Frank Lampard's Derby County. The 23-year-old scored 18 goals and registered 6 assists in 49 appearances across all competitions.
Furthermore, the attacker proved to be a big-time player as he contributed a goal and an assist in the 4-2 win over Leeds United which let the Rams reach the Championship play-offs' final.
Wilson has been lauded for his great pace, technique and free-kick shooting ability.