HARRY WILSON has thanked Bournemouth Football Club and its fans for their 'fantastic support' during his season on loan with the club.

The 23-year-old winger, born in Wrexham and raised in Corwen, has been on loan at The Cherries from parent club and current Premier League champions Liverpool.

And despite it being a good season for Wilson from a personal point of view, hitting seven goals in all competitions, it ended in heartbreak for Bournemouth as a whole as they were relegated from the Premier League on the final day.

Despite a 3-1 win at Everton, they joined Watford and Norwich in dropping down to the EFL Championship as Aston Villa stayed up in England's top-flight.

Ahead of returning to Anfield as his loan spell at Bournemouth comes to an end, Wilson took to social media to give his final thoughts following the end of the 2019/20 season.

He said: "A season full of experiences and learning which ultimately ended in massive disappointment. Just want to say a big thank you to Bournemouth FC and the fans for their fantastic support over the season. I know you'll bounce back."

According to the transfer rumours circulating at the moment, Wilson, who has also scored three goals in 17 international caps for Wales, could be set for a permanent move away from Liverpool this summer.

Both he and Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic have spent the last two seasons on loan away from Anfield with Derby County, Bournemouth and Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin respectively and are now being tipped for permanent transfers elsewhere to further develop their careers.