Striker extends his stay at The Yorkshire Club
Striker Harry Bunn has today put pen to paper on a new contract at Huddersfield Town.
The 21 year-old forward joined the Terriers, initially on an Emergency Loan, from Manchester City in November 2013, linking up with the Club’s Development Squad for an assessment period.
After impressing in the Under-21 Professional Development League 2 North, Bunn subsequently joined the Club on a permanent basis in January 2014 on a contract until the end of the 2013/2014 season.
Over the following four months Harry went on to continue his fine Under-21 goal-scoring form, netting eight goals in 11 starts and also make three substitute appearances in the Sky Bet Championship for Mark Robins’ First Team during March and April.
He has now signed a one year contract covering the 2014/15 campaign, with a further year’s option in the Club’s favour.
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Huddersfield Town Manager Mark Robins commented:
“As a young player in Academy football, Harry showed a lot of promise during his time at Manchester City. Unfortunately he suffered a big setback with the injury to his knee that curtailed his progress.
“We brought him to Huddersfield Town and gave him the opportunity to demonstrate the ability that everyone believes he has. He certainly took that opportunity as part of our Development Squad, progressing and making it onto the pitch for the First Team towards the end of the season.
“Harry is young player with lots of development potential and he still only 21. He will want to show that he is capable of forcing his way into the starting XI over the coming season.”