WINGER Harry Wilson admitted he “may have a decision to make” in the summer regarding his future, after his loan spell at Cherries comes to an end.

The Wales international, who is expected to be part of Ryan Giggs’s squad for Euro 2020, has scored seven league goals for Eddie Howe’s men this season.

Wilson, who spent last season on loan at Derby County, came through the academy at parent club Liverpool having signed for the European champions at under-9 level.

He is ineligible to play against the Reds at Anfield today but has spoken on BT Sport about his future.

Wilson said: “I feel I’ve got that decision to make in the summer. I feel my last two years of loans have been good.

“This one’s been positive for me as well. I’m finally in the Premier League, which is what I’ve worked towards.

“In the summer, I’ll be concentrating on Wales but once that’s done with, I feel I may have a decision to make.”