DERBY County striker Harry Wilson is expected to return to the squad for tonight’s game at St Mary’s.

Rams boss Frank Lampard has revealed that the ten-goal midfielder, who is the club’s joint top scorer with Jack Marriott, has recovered from a hip injury.
Wilson has been out since sustaining the injury on New Year’s Day. “Harry is in competition to be playing,” Lampard told Rams TV.
“We will manage Harry to make sure it is right for him because he is so important for us, we know that, and make sure he is 100 percent.
“He has trained fully with us the last two days and it is more a decision on him and making sure Harry’s wellness is good and whether he is ready to start the game.”

Lampard took plenty of encouragement from his side’s comeback at Pride Park.

He added: “The good thing is that when we drew, all the talk afterwards was that there wasn’t much between the teams.

“When you are playing a busy schedule you have to make changes.

“We have a squad here that we want to use. They could make changes again, it comes down to the fact that we do believe in ourselves and we do believe that when we are at our best we can compete.

“We have shown it with Manchester United and Chelsea this year in the Carabao Cup, with Premier League teams who are at the top. We must focus on ourselves first.”

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Derby boss Frank Lampard