On-loan Liverpool winger Harry Wilson has vowed to 'kick on' after scoring his first goal for Derby County at the weekend.

The Wales international got the Rams back on level terms in their Championship meeting with Brentford on Saturday when he finished off a rapid counter-attack that he helped launch from an opposition corner.

Frank Lampard’s side went on to win 3-1 and Wilson, now fit again following a recent injury, is determined to use his strike as a catalyst.

“Now I’m back in the starting XI, picked up a goal and I’m just looking forward from here,” the 21-year-old told RamsTV. “I’ve been desperate to get back out there, so to get my first goal I’m looking to kick on from there.”

Read on for our full round-up of the latest action for Liverpool’s on-loan players…

In League One, Herbie Kane was involved for the entirety of Doncaster Rovers’ 2-1 victory over Bradford City.

Corey Whelan played the whole game for Crewe Alexandra as they were beaten 1-0 at home to Port Vale in League Two.

There was misfortune for Marko Grujic, who played 72 minutes of Hertha BSC’s eventual 4-2 win over Borussia Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga on Saturday.

The midfielder was forced off after suffering an ankle ligament rupture.

In Ligue 1, Sheyi Ojo made his first start for Stade de Reims and played just shy of an hour in a goalless draw with Dijon.

Adam Bogdan played the full 90 minutes for Hibernian as they beat Dundee 3-0 on the road and climbed to third place in the Scottish Premiership.

In the same division on Sunday, Ryan Kent clocked up 71 minutes and provided an assist for Steven Gerrard’s Rangers, who thrashed St. Johnstone 5-1. Fellow on-loan Reds midfielder Ovie Ejaria came on in the 55th minute.

There was frustration for Taiwo Awoniyi - the striker was sent on as a substitute midway through the second half of Gent’s 4-0 home defeat by Club Brugge in Belgium.

Allan Rodrigues de Souza made his first appearance for Eintracht Frankfurt, playing the final 17 minutes of their 1-1 Bundesliga draw with RB Leipzig.

Loris Karius’ Besiktas are in action on Monday evening in the Turkish Super Lig and will hope to move level on points with the leaders by beating Fenerbahce away from home.