Huddersfield Town are hoping to make another signing this week before the transfer deadline, as per a report by the Examiner Live.
The Terriers have had a busy window so far and have not stopped just yet as Danny Cowley looks to put his own stamp on them.
They won 2-1 away at Hull City at the KCOM Stadium last night to boost their survival chances and lift them six points above the relegation zone.
Huddersfield have signed defenders Richard Stearman and Harry Toffolo from Sheffield United and Lincoln City respectively, as well as midfielder Andy King on loan from Leicester City and forward Emile Smith-Rowe from Arsenal.
Cowley has provided an update on his plans going into the final few days of the transfer window, as per the Examiner Live: “We’re working really hard. We have to try to make it work for the club and we’re doing that. I think everyone understands the transfer window, it’s a crazy period and puts a lot of pressure not just on our club but all clubs. We’ve got to try to make some intelligent decisions around that chaos.”
“Ultimately you’re in a chain and unless you’re right at the top of the chain you don’t have control of it, so we’re waiting for some things to move that will hopefully allow us to bring a player in that will give us a bit more balance and help our squad going forward.”
He added: “We would love to do it but as well as putting our focus into recruiting we’ve also got to keep working really hard with the group. We’ve had a ten day lead in to this game and the attitude and the effort of the players in training throughout the week has been really good.”
Huddersfield travel to the capital this weekend to face Fulham at Craven Cottage and may have another new face in their squad.