As recently as 2004, Huddersfield Town were mired in the fourth tier of English football.
Fast forward to Monday 29 May 2017, and Huddersfield are bound for the fortunes of the Premier League.
The Terriers overcame Reading in a tense penalty shoot out, and boss David Wagner completed the impossible and guided his side to the top flight for the first time since 1972.
Wagner will use the summer window to build a squad capable of competing in the Premier League, and will look to acquire some of the loan signings from this season to continue with his team in the Premiership.
One loan man is Chelsea’s Kasey Palmer, who returned from injury to aid Huddersfield final promotion push.
If Palmer is not available this summer however, another young star should be considered for a loan stint in Yorkshire.
West Bromwich Albion’s Sam Field broke into the first team at the Hawthorns last season, but further cemented his ambitions of a first team run with 8 appearances with the senior squad this year.
The Grimsby born youngster and lifelong Baggies fan is fast becoming one of the hottest prospects at the west midlands side, but a season of consistent Premier League appearances on loan with another club may provide the platform for the player to truly excel.
Field may find this with Huddersfield, with Wagner keen to afford opportunities to his young loan stars.
Both Palmer and Izzy Brown were key to Huddersfield’s success this season, and Field could become the latest young star to aid Town’s cause.
Tony Pulis may look to keep Field in his squad next season, but if the Welshman deems a loan move the next step in Field’s career progression, then Huddersfield would prove the perfect club for the young midfielder to hone his Premier League skills.