It has been hinted by Derby County manager Frank Lampard that Liverpool Harry Wilson may be recalled from his loan spell revealing that he has got a provision of that clause in his contract.
Harry Wilson is having his second loan spell at Derby County after impressing in his first spell at Hull City in the second half of last season by scoring seven goals in 14 games.
The current loan is not making any difference in performance as he has so far in this season scored eight goals in 17 games in all competitions.
His free-kick for Rams that sent Manchester United packing from the Carabao Cup in September will not be forgotten.
With the season getting tougher and running into the second half, there are suggestions that he could be returned back to the Anfield to help the Jurgen Klopp side in their pursuit for the league title.
There is no doubt that the German manager will be in need of attacking options which Wilson has shown that he can provide.
Derby County boss admits that both clubs are already talking towards that direction knowing the possibility of an action anytime from now.
However, the Reds are positive about the EPL title race as they continue to mount pressure Man City.