Huddersfield Town will be hoping for a big season this term.
After suffering relegation from the Premier League in 2019 it was hoped that the Yorkshire side would be able to mount a genuine push for promotion back to the top flight.
Unfortunately for supporters that didn’t happen.
An 18th place finish last season summed up a torrid campaign for the Terriers, and ultimately cost Danny Cowley his job.
As a result Carlos Corberan left his role at Leeds United to take over as head coach of Huddersfield and has made a steady start, however he’ll no doubt be looking to kick on in the January transfer window.
Here we address two dilemmas that he’ll be looking to solve.
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Addressing the lack of creativity
Huddersfield have struggled to create chances this term, and that’s an area where they’ll surely look to improve.
Emile Smith-Rowe took on that role last season after joining the club on loan from Arsenal, and perhaps this is the sort of route that they’ll go down again.
Of course finances will be tight, and so a loan switch could be a priority.
Replacing Karlan Grant
It was always going to be difficult to replace someone like Karlan Grant.
The striker was indispensable to the Terriers last term and so to lose him to West Brom was a massive blow over the summer.
Goalscorers don’t grow on trees but if the opportunity comes up to sign a top Championship striker then perhaps this is a move that could make sense.