CORWEN'S own Harry Wilson was voted Man of the Match in Cardiff City's 2-0 Sky Bet Championship win at Luton Town.

The 23-year-old Wales international is currently on loan with the Bluebirds from Premier League champions Liverpool.

In the match at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday, January 16, a wonderful 25-yard curling effort from the Welsh winger - along with a goal from Wales team-mate Will Vaulks four minutes later - handed Cardiff the three points.

The club has began to turn its season around since the appointment of Mick McCarthy some weeks ago.

As a result of his performance at Luton, Wilson was selected as the Man of the Match as he hit his fourth league goal for Cardiff.

A statement from Wilson posted to the club website after the match read: "Obviously I was delighted to score," Harry told Sky immediately after the match. "I was conscious because it has been a while.

"I was desperate to get back on the scoresheet, so to do that in a two-nil win, I'm delighted.

"When the new manager came in, it gave the players a lift in training. The Gaffer picked the team off that. I was disappointed to miss out because, like every player, I felt like I should be in the team.

"But I knew I'd get my chance, and once that came I was determined to prove that I need to be in this team.

"I feel since I've been back, I've done that. My performances and my numbers have been good."