A PIECE of street art dedicated to one of North Wales' brightest footballing talents has appeared outside his former school. 

Born in Wrexham, Harry Wilson went on to attend Ysgol Dinas Bran school in Llangollen and was brought up in the Denbighshire town of Corwen.

From a young age, his footballing talents were clear to see and the family made national headlines when he made his international debut for Wales aged just 16 years and 207 days old v Belgium in October 2013.

That is because his grandfather, Peter Edwards, netted £125,000 as a result of having placed a bet of £50 with bookies William Hill on Harry to someday go on and play for Wales when he was just 18-months old.

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This season, the 25-year-old has had a campaign to remember, scoring 10 goals and providing 19 assists for Fulham who were promoted to the Premier League as EFL Championship champions.

By now, Wilson has also earned 35 caps for Wales, scoring on five occasions.

Ahead of Wales' crucial upcoming matches this month a piece of street art has been placed outside Ysgol Dinas Bran by an anonymous but talented artist.

The Leader:

A statement from the school read: "This has appeared outisde Ysgol Dinas Brân this morning (Wednesday, May 25)!

"Our former pupil Harry Wilson - Corwynt Corwen!"

Wilson is part of Rob Page's Wales squad who will be taking on the Netherlands twice, as well as Poland and Belgium in the Nations League this month. 

They will also be facing either Ukraine or Scotland in their crucial World Cup 2022 qualifier final on Sunday, June 5.