Ewen Ferguson had looked on course to secure his third victory of the season after shooting a closing 66 to set the clubhouse target at 20 under par.

But Wilson, playing in the final group, finished with a flourish in Farsø, holing from 66 feet at the 13th, 14 feet on the 16th and 64 feet at the 17th to leapfrog the Scot and take a one-shot lead to the 18th tee.

He safely parred the last to sign for a 67, finish the tournament on 21 under par and return to the winner's circle for the first time at this level since the 2014 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.

Wilson came into the week searching for his first top-ten finish on the DP World Tour since the 2019 edition of this event, when he came joint-fourth.

Full of Pride

An emotional Wilson expressed pride in himself after getting the job done.

Fighting back tears in his post-round interview, he said: "I was so confident. I knew I could get the job done. Everything I've done to this point to rebuild my game, I knew I could do it.

"And I was so in control, and I said I wasn't going to cry!

"I was so calm there. I almost enjoyed the last hole.

"It's pretty special. I'm so proud of myself. I feel like there's a lot ahead of me and I'm so pleased to get win number two.

"My game has been trending in the right direction. There's been a lot of good stuff this year, I just haven't been able to put it all together.

"I guess 18 years' experience gets you to hang in there. And to get over the line, it feels good. It feels so good."

Ferguson finished alone in second on 20 under, two shots ahead of Norway's Kristian Krogh Johannessen in solo third.

Wilson began the day in a share of the lead on 17 under alongside Francesco Laporta, Ross McGowan and Matthew Southgate but was unable to make any early progress on day four, opening his round with seven straight pars to lose ground.

Ferguson started well on day four, following up birdies at the third and fifth with an eagle on the eighth to grab a share of the lead on 19 under.

A six-foot birdie effort at the 14th took the 26-year-old into double figures under par, handing him a two-shot lead at that stage.

Despite having a huge chasing pack jockeying for position around him, the Scot maintained his lead for much of the afternoon until Wilson's late charge meant he had to settle for second spot.

The Scot said: "I feel quite good. Obviously, a little bit sad that I didn't win but I definitely didn't lose it. "He battled hard and obviously did very well to get over the line. This week just wasn't meant to be my week." European Tour.