Here's a little bit about the young forward...
Their line-up included Gary Pallister, Eric Cantona, Mark Hughes, and Gary Neville. There are no members of the side left playing professionally, and Wilson is truly one of United's 'next generation.'
Now 16, he is one of United's most promising prospects in his age group, and scored the winner on Tuesday in the annual Milk Cup competition against Japanese side Ichifuna.
United did not progress in the tournament, as they required a higher win margin, but top finisher Wilson did his own personal record no harm.
He scored the winner in the FA Youth Cup quarter final last season against Charlton Athletic, bouncing back from an ankle break which had threatened his development.
And that wasn't it, he hit an equaliser against Chelsea in the Youth Cup semi-final at Old Trafford, and even though the Reds went onto lose that leg 2-1, Wilson's goals in the tournament were a really good sign for the club.
He will be an important member of United's Youth Cup campaign going forward into next year. Wilson is a real goal poacher, a clinical finisher from within the penalty box. The type of striker which is invaluable to any team.
His record is highly impressive, he made his debut for United's under-18 side at just 15, and was their fourth top scorer last season despite early injury. He has gone onto play for United's Reserves side, a real accomplishment for a 16-year-old.
The Staffordshire-born teenager has also represented England Schoolboys and if he continues his progression he has every chance of making it at United.
It's clearly a while off, he will continue his development in the youth team and the reserves, and perhaps in one or two years he be invited on pre-season like many of the club's youngsters this year.
Remember the name, because he may just become a household one in the future.
Watch Wilson score against Chelsea, one minute and twenty seconds into this video...
Which United youngsters do you have high hopes for?
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