The Welshman joined Championship club Cardiff City from Liverpool on a season-long loan on the final day of the domestic transfer market last week.
Reflecting on his decision to move out on loan for the season, Wilson has stressed the need for him to play first-team football, especially with the European Championship on the horizon.
Aware that game time was not guaranteed at Anfield, the 23-year-old star was keen to move elsewhere and found the Bluebirds to be the right fit for him.
Wilson feels they deserve to be playing in the Premier League and is desperate to help his current side earn promotion this season.
“I feel this season is a massive one for me“, Harry told Cardiff City TV.
“I knew that personally, I have to get the games and the minutes that I wanted. I felt, at Liverpool, I was not going to get that.
“I wouldn’t say I was desperate to get out, but I was really keen to get out and make sure that I racked up the minutes and the appearances that I wanted to.
“When I was sat down with my agent and spoke and discussed the teams that were in for me, we thought Cardiff would be a good fit.
“You look around the stadium here, the quality of players, they are a Premier League club, so I am desperate to play my part to get us back up there.“