Forward returning to the Club after six months away
- Huddersfield Town recall Rekeil Pyke from loan
- 22-year-old has spent first half of season at Rochdale
- Comments from Manager Danny Cowley
Huddersfield Town have today recalled forward Rekeil Pyke from his spell on loan at Sky Bet League 1 side Rochdale.
The 22-year-old returns from Spotland having made 15 starts and five substitute appearances for Brian Barry-Murphy’s side, scoring three goals. He’s predominately featured in a wide attacking position in Rochdale’s typical 4-3-3 formation.
This was the Academy graduate’s sixth loan spell; he’s had two separate spells with Rochdale and Wrexham, as well as time at Port Vale and Colchester United.
He’s yet to make his competitive debut for the Terriers, but he’s been a regular feature in several pre-season campaigns with the First Team.
Huddersfield Town Manager Danny Cowley explained:
“Rekeil is a player that we’re well aware of, as we’ve had lots of feedback from our coaches and he has featured against our Lincoln team in the past.
“His current contract expires in the summer – which we have the option to extend – and we now have a good opportunity to see Rekeil up close and get to know him better as a player and a person.”