The Hoops defender, 27, was issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish Football Association's compliance officer, Vincent Lunny, for allegedly using an elbow on John Baird, who afterwards said: "It was an elbow, but I have to stress I think it was accidental."
The former Nottingham Forest player rejected the offer of a two-game ban and hopes Baird's testimony will be taken into consideration when he makes a personal appearance in front of the disciplinary panel at the national stadium.
Wilson said: "It wasn't an elbow so I don't know where the violent conduct has come from.
"To be fair the boy said he was grabbing my shirt and I was just trying to get away, which I was and unfortunately I caught him.
"If you go into a court of law and someone gives a statement like that then it is taken into consideration so I hope that is the case.
"But we will see tomorrow (Thursday). If it goes against me I will just have to get on with it but hopefully the people will see sense and it will get resolved."
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