Huddersfield Town’s Scott High is poised to join Ross County on loan, according to Football Insider.
Huddersfield Town are set to let the midfielder head out the exit door on a temporary basis before the end of the transfer window this evening.
High, 22, spent time on loan at fellow Championship side Rotherham United in the last campaign.
Football Insider claim Ross County have agreed a deal to lure him up to Scotland for this season and they have until the deadline at 11pm to get the signing completed.
Huddersfield exit on the cards
A loan exit would help High get some more experience under his belt. His chances of regular game time with the Terriers in the second tier under Neil Warnock are slim due to the amount of options that they already have at their disposal in his position.
The Dewsbury-born man has been on the books at Huddersfield for his whole career to date and has risen up through their academy ranks. He was a regular for the Yorkshire outfit at various youth levels as a youngster.
High, who is a Scotland youth international, has made 49 senior appearances for the Terriers in all competitions to date. He has also had loan spells away at Concord Rangers, Shrewsbury Town and Rotherham in the past to boost his development.
The latter landed him 12 months ago but he saw his time with the Millers cut short in January due to lack of minutes at the AESSEAL New York Stadium as Ross County eye a swoop now.