Livingston-born Scottish defender Danny Wilson was signed from Glasgow Rangers in July, 2010, after a debut season north of the border had seen him enjoy a host of trophies. Having shown exciting promise at reserve and youth team level, he made his senior debut in a CIS Cup quarter-final with Dundee in October, 2009, when only 17. Such was his mature performance that he retained his place in Walter Smith’s team for an encounter against Unirea Urziceni one week later, in which he became the youngest player to represent Rangers in the Champions League. A week after his 18th birthday, at the start of 2010, he had his first taste of the Old Firm derby when he lined up against Celtic. He went on to make 24 appearances for Rangers in a 2009-10 campaign which saw Smith’s team clinch a domestic treble. During his time at Ibrox he was SFA Young Player of the Year, the Scottish Football Writers’ Young Player of the Year and Rangers’ Young Player of the Year. His Liverpool debut, however, was an inauspicious one, the Anfield team going down to a penalty shoot-out defeat to Second Division Northampton Town in the League Cup on September 22, 2010. However, he bounced back from that disappointment to score a goal on his first senior appearance for Scotland against the Faroe Islands on November 16 .