During this time, he scored six tries, which included bagging a hattrick against the Rabbitohs in Round 19, provided four try assists and managed 47 tackle busts and 11 line breaks, whilst running a total of 1436 metres (averaging 130 per game).
On Wednesday, News Corp journalist David Riccio revealed on X (formerly known as Twitter) that Wilson has knocked back overtures from the Parramatta Eels to remain at the club.
“I wasn't expecting it to be honest, I had a patchy year with injuries and how many games I played because with the Melbourne Storm players coming back it sometimes pushes us out of the team but with the games I played I put some highlights together with my manager and sent them off to a few clubs,” he told News Corp last year after signing with the Bulldogs.
“We had a few clubs bite back but the Bulldogs were the most keen so I went down for a meeting and signed from there.”
The 23-year-old will be looking to cement his spot in the Bulldogs side next season as he contends with Jacob Kiraz, Josh Addo-Carr and new arrivals Stephen Crichton, Blake Taaffe and Bronson Xerri for the outside back positions in the team.