Harry Wilson is eager to impress his temporary, permanent and international managers during his forthcoming loan spell with Hull City.

The Liverpool winger sealed a switch to the Championship club on transfer deadline day for the remainder of the season as he seeks further senior experience.

Wilson has previously spoken of his determination to ensure his appearance record for the Reds does not stall on one – which came in the FA Cup last January.

And he believes catching the eye of Klopp can come as a natural consequence of positive performances for the Tigers, with opportunities for Wales in his thinking too.

The 20-year-old said: “The manager at Liverpool is a great man-manager and he always has time for his players. He respects every player in the same way. I had a few chats with him and I was happy to come to Hull.

“I’m also hoping that this move will help me to get into the new Wales manager’s thoughts. I’m with the U21s at the minute, but I’ve been involved with the first team a few times and I want more of that.

“So there’s two new managers that I have to impress as well as Liverpool and I’m looking forward to giving my best to do that.”

Hull are currently 21st in the Championship and therefore face a battle to avoid relegation from England’s second tier in the 17 games Nigel Adkins’ side have left.

But the prospect of scrapping for points in such a fraught scenario is one Wilson was happy to sign up for.

“Playing in the Championship is a challenge that I’m looking forward to,” he said.

“The manager here has told me to come here and enjoy it, and I really want to do well and help this team. I’m up for the fight that we find ourselves in.

“With some of the performances that the team has put in over the last few weeks, it hasn’t been a reflection of where we are in the league. If we can keep putting those performances in, I’m sure we can move ourselves away from the bottom three.”