Contract terminated by mutual consent
Jimmy Spencer has today left Huddersfield Town after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.
The 22 year-old’s contract was due to run until the conclusion of the 2013/14 Sky Bet Championship season.
Jimmy joined the Club in 2000 aged nine and graduated from Town’s Academy in 2009. He subsequently gained experience through loan spells at Northwich Victoria and a season-long stay at League 2 Morecambe in 2010/11, where he played the majority of games and finished as the Shrimps' second top scorer.
That was followed by a season out on loan at npower League 2 Play-Off Finalists Cheltenham Town during the 2011/12 season, where he played over 40 games and got into double figures once more.
Jimmy made his Town debut on the opening day of the 2012/13 season in a Cup game at Preston, with his first League appearance following at Cardiff in the Championship days later.
Loan spells at League 1 Brentford and Crawley followed in 2012/13, but unfortunate injuries cut both short.
This season Jimmy played 16 games on loan at League 2 pacesetters Scunthorpe United, scoring once.
Huddersfield Town Manager Mark Robins commented:
“Jimmy has reached the stage of his career where he wants to play regular first team football and have continuity, which is not something we can offer him at Huddersfield.
“As a result, this course of action is in the best interests of both parties. He is now free agent to progress his career.
“We’d like to thank Jimmy for his efforts and wish him the best of luck in the future.”