Huddersfield Town boss Danny Cowley has said he will aim to strengthen his squad this winter.

The Terriers are in need of some reinforcements to their injury-hit ranks in the upcoming January transfer window.

They currently lie 21st in the Championship table and are two points above the relegation zone having won just four games of their opening 20.

When asked whether he wants to sign players next month, Cowley said, as per a report by the Examiner Live: “I think we would like to. I think the group needs balancing, we need to try to get some balance. We had eleven right footers today.”

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“We’ve got a young left back in Jaden Brown, who prior to this season hadn’t played a single game, and he’s our only left back at the club. So we definitely need support in that area.”

Cowley also said a bringing in a winger could be on the cards for the Yorkshire side as well: “We would like to add a little bit more competition in wide areas just to help what we’ve already got. I think what’s important for us is that we get good people.”

“The success that we’ve enjoyed has been around hard working, determined, humble people. We talk about humility and the willingness to learn and to want to get better and they’re the characteristics we look for in players.”

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Huddersfield travel to Charlton Athletic on Tuesday and will be looking to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat to Leeds United yesterday.