JURGEN Klopp admitted his relief over not seeing Harry Wilson line up against Liverpool tomorrow – as well as hailing his “world class” shooting abilities.

The Wales international is ineligible to play against his parent club – having switched from Anfield to join Cherries on a season-long loan.

Wilson has struck six times in the top flight this season, his sublime free-kick in the 3-2 defeat at Tottenham saw him scoop Cherries’ goal of the month award.

Speaking about the 22-year-old ahead of the sides' battle at Vitality Stadium (3pm), Klopp said: “I am happy to be honest that he cannot play against us!

“His free-kick is a proper, proper threat and so I don’t have a doubt about Harry’s shooting abilities.

“His skills in that part of the game is incredible – world class for sure.

“But Harry is at Bournemouth to improve the rest of his game as well.

“So, being involved, being decisive and being between the lines – using his speed and all that stuff – he makes big steps there.

“That’s really important. They (Cherries) are now not in the best run but even there, he scored two goals the game before last (against Spurs) - nice goals as well.

“They weren’t important enough in the end because they still lost but he kept the game going and it was good.”