Hearts thrashed Cowdenbeath in the Scottish Championship this afternoon.
The Scottish Football League Championship has been dominated by one team this season. Capital club Hearts have been rampant in a division also containing local rivals Hibernian and Scottish giants Rangers.
They are 20 points clear of Hibs in second place and they are on their way back to the Scottish Premier League.
Today they asserted their dominance over a Cowdenbeath side battling relegation in quite brutal fashion.
They won 10-0, with a couple of former Premier League prospects on target.
He joined Hearts and at 23-years-old is now the club's captain and one of the outstanding performers in the league - so he has certainly found his feet since his Liverpool adventure.
Osman Sow was snapped up by Crystal Palace from Swedish side Syrianska in 2013. However he never played for the club and joined Hearts in the summer.
Both were on target today. Wilson scored his third goal of the season while Sow netted his eighth goal in 16 appearances this term as Hearts romp to promotion.
So it seems that leaving Liverpool and Crystal Palace has worked out for the pair.