Huddersfield Town are the latest club to show an interest in Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, according to Eurosport.

The Terriers are understood to have joined Championship rivals Preston North End, Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the chase for the 23 year old hot shot.

Bradshaw hit 20 goals in 37 matches for The Saddlers last season and has been equally prolific this term scoring 12 goals in 24 matches as the club continue to defy all odds and chase promotion back to the Championship after over a decade in League 1.

The Shrewsbury born striker started out as a youth team player at Welsh club Aberystwyth Town before moving to his hometown club in 2009 scoring 17 goals in 89 games for The Shrews during a 5 year spell at the Shropshire club.

Bradshaw grew up as a youngster in Wales and therefore qualifies to play for Wales at international level. He has represented Wales at Under 19 through to Under 21 levels and has been awarded 12 caps. The striker has also been involved with the senior squad but is yet to make an appearance.

Bradshaw is understood to be looking to test himself at a higher level however the player may bide his time to see whether Walsall can secure a promotion this season before choosing whether to move on.

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