Striker signs up until end of the season
Striker Harry Bunn has returned to Huddersfield Town on a permanent deal following the expiry of his loan from Manchester City.
Bunn joined the Terriers in early December to be a part of Town’s Development Squad and played in Town’s U21 victories at Barnsley and at home to Sheffield United scoring in both games.
The 21 year-old also featured on the bench for the First Team at Ipswich Town, but was an unused substitute. He returned in January 2014 pending completion of contracts and scored against Crewe in Town’s last U21 win.
He has now signed a permanent contract with the Terriers until the end of the 2013/14 season after reaching a mutual agreement to terminate his existing deal at Manchester City.
Huddersfield Town Manager Mark Robins explained:
“We were pleased with what we saw of Harry and he did well in a short space of time. He fitted in well with the group and caught the eye in his performances for the Under-21s.
“Although our first team supporters didn’t get the chance to see him, the loan period proved to be extremely worthwhile for us. We believe Harry can develop further and we’ll work hard with him on the training ground to aid that development.
“We will now continue to monitor Harry’s progress here for the rest of the season, it’s a good opportunity for Harry.”