WINGER Harry Wilson admitted any flak given to him by Manchester United fans tomorrow would drive him forward and added: “If I score, I’ll get my own back.”

The on-loan Liverpool star is expecting a hostile reception from the travelling supporters when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men visit Vitality Stadium (12.30pm).

But Wales international Wilson described as par for the course taking some stick from his parent club’s big rivals.

He told the Daily Echo: “It’s part and parcel of football.

“I’m definitely expecting a bit of stick, like I was when we played Everton at the beginning of the season.

“That comes with it – being on loan from Liverpool and United being their big rivals – it’s going to come my way.

“Whether it’s on social media or in the games, you are going to get that. You just can’t let it affect you on the pitch, hopefully I can do my job and maybe get a goal.”

Quizzed on whether receiving stick from opposing fans drove him on, Wilson replied: “Yeah, definitely. When you are getting stick it is always good.

“If I score, I’ll get my own back. Or if we win, that will feel good for me. It definitely drives you forward.”

Wilson memorably struck a stunning free-kick into the top corner against the Red Devils at Old Trafford in September last season.

That paved the way for former loan club Derby to overcome the 20-time English champions on penalties in the Carabao Cup. The Wrexham-born star also has two goals in four games against United’s under-23s for Liverpool in Premier League Two.

Looking ahead to his first top-flight meeting against the Red Devils, he said: “Every game in the Premier League is tough but when you are playing a big team like Manchester United, who are full of quality players – they might not be in the best spell at the minute but we know they are going to be dangerous.

“We feel if we play well and find the form we showed at the beginning of the season, we are confident we can get a positive result.

“We will have to be at the top of our game.”

Asked how his time with Cherries compared previous loan spells, the former Crewe, Hull and Derby ace replied: “It’s good. It’s the Premier League that I wanted, so I am thankful to Bournemouth for giving me that opportunity.

“Every game I play I am just trying to do well for the team, score, assist and try to get Bournemouth as high in the Premier League as we can.”