Huddersfield Town moved ahead of the 2013 emergency loan window closing to bring Manchester City’s Harry Bunn to the Club.
The Oldham-born forward subsequently joined permanently in January 2014 until the end of the 2013/14 season to work with the Under-21 squad under Senior Professional Development Coach Steve Eyre.
Harry went on to make his Town debut against Blackburn in March 2014 after impressing in the under-21 Development squad.
On his full debut last season, Harry scored the winner for Town in a 2-1 win over Reading. He went on to make 32 appearances scoring 9 goals.
Bunn has been a regular again for Town this season and opened his tally in Town’s 2-1 win away at Charlton.
Harry had been at Manchester City for over a decade, progressing through the Club’s Academy before turning professional. However, his experience of senior football has come through five loan spells.
Time at Rochdale, Preston North End and Oldham Athletic preceded another loan at Crewe Alexandra in the 2012/13 season, which sadly came to an abrupt end due to a cruciate ligament injury after an encouraging start.
However, Harry has now fully recovered and has just completed a loan at League 1 Sheffield United. He was taken to Bramall Lane by David Weir, but his opportunity was cut short by the arrival of Marlon King and Weir’s subsequent sacking.
He scored his first goal for Town during the victory at Reading last season and went on to become a vital attacking outlet for the side on the left flank.
Harry is sponsored by The Sportsman.