Sheffield news Huddersfield Town striker Hudlin praised by on-loan boss after scoring winner PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The giant striker arrived at the Terriers in the summer but was immediately loaned out to League Two side AFC Wimbledon, where he is slowly starting to make an impact.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Huddersfield Town striker Kyle Hudlin has been praised for his temporary boss for his effectiveness in both boxes. The giant striker signed for Town in the summer but was loaned out to League Two side AFC Wimbledon. He has so far struggled to impose himself in his new environment but on Tuesday night he notched the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Sutton in the EFL Trophy. Hudlin applied a tidy finish for his second goal for the Dons to help seal a win that books their place in the last-16 of the tournament. Read more:Town announce details regarding Olympiakos friendly in Marbella Speaking post-match, Dons' boss Johnnie Jackson was full of praise for the 22-year-old saying: "I’m really pleased for him. Again, he’s another one who has had to bide his time and wait for opportunities. It’s been quite limited due to the guys who play in his position. But I knew I could rely on him.
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. He helps out in both boxes, especially when you’re having to defend set pieces. He’s obviously a big threat at the other end. He got through 90 minutes there, and he’s fighting for the team and the cause – that’s all you can ask from the lads." Hudlin joined Town's B team last summer after leaving National League outfit Solihull Moors. Although he was out of contract with the non-league side, Town paid an undisclosed fee as he was aged under 24. He penned a deal with Town that runs until the summer of 2024, with the Terriers holding the option of a further year. READ NEXT Latest Huddersfield Town updates and news Sheffield United insider issues ominous warning to Huddersfield Town as injury crisis eases Huddersfield Town ace Sorba Thomas features for Wales as Gareth Bale's penalty secures USA draw 'Scandalous' - Huddersfield Town supporters hit out at Sheffield United ticket prices Carlos Corberan's poor timing hurt Danny Schofield's Huddersfield Town chance says former boss
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