Huddersfield Town have bolstered their attacking options by landing free agent striker Fraizer Campbell, as reported by The72.

The 31-year-old left Hull City at the end of the season after his contract at the KCOM Stadium expired and has now signed a two-year deal with his hometown club.

Campbell re-joined the Tigers two years ago and scored 18 goals in 77 appearances for the East Yorkshire side.

He started his career at Manchester United and rose up through the youth ranks at Old Trafford.

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He gained his first taste of first team football on loan at Royal Antwerp before first joining Hull. He scored 15 goals during the 2007/08 season to help the Tigers gain promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history.

Campbell joined Tottenham Hotspur in the campaign after and then left United on a permanent deal in 2009 to join Sunderland. He spent three-and-a-half years at the Stadium of Light in the top flight.

He then moved onto Cardiff City in 2014 prior to switching to Crystal Palace two years later. His time at Selhurst Park was affected by injury but Campbell has since got his career back on track at Hull.

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Here is how the Huddersfield fans have reacted on Twitter to signing Fraizer Campbell-

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