A Bournemouth icon that has spent six years at the club, scoring 67 goals for them in all competitions and the Englishman has been a key part in the club's most successful period in history.
Earlier in the season, the striker was linked with moves to Manchester United and Chelsea, and he will no doubt be on the lookout for joining another Premier League side for many reasons, should his side go down.
Having only found the net seven times in 31 league appearances so far this campaign, it is difficult to imagine him making an impact at a club that competes for the top places in the league, and the mid-table range seems to be his area of expertise.
Instead of most likely being used to warm the bench at a bigger club, he might be better suited to moving for a club like Newcastle. The Magpies' record £40m signing of Joelinton last year has failed to work out and so a player of Wilson's quality and experience would be appreciated more at a club like Newcastle.
Wilson is also a fully-fledged England international with four appearances which include a goal on his debut against the United States of America. Now, with Harry Kane and Tammy Abraham the only two recognised out-and-out centre forwards for England, Wilson certainly has an international future ahead of him, if he plays his cards right.
For this reason in itself, it's tough to see how the 28-year-old doesn't force a move away from the Vitality Stadium very soon.