Huddersfield Town coach Mike Marsh is set to leave the club at the end of the season to link up with England Under-17s, according to The Sun.

Marsh joined Huddersfield in November of last year to help new manager David Wagner settle in with the club and get used to English football.  However Marsh’s job now looks to be done, as he has taken a job with England.

Marsh, along with Christophe Buehler, has been a key part of the Huddersfield coaching set-up this season, as the club look to solidify their position as a Championship club.

Huddersfield are currently in 19th place in the Championship table, nine points away from the relegation zone.  Despite their league position not being anything to shout about, the club look to be safe from relegation this season and got an impressive 2-2 draw with Hull City at the weekend.

Marsh leaving the club means that Huddersfield will have to bring in a new coach to replace him and it is believed that they already have a man in mind.

Steve Eyre left the club earlier this season when former boss Chris Powell was sacked, however he could be set for a return to the club sooner rather than later.

It is understood that Huddersfield would like another English coach to replace Marsh, in order to add some experience of the English game.

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