Huddersfield Town manager Carlos Corberan has confirmed that Sorba Thomas will not be involved in what remains of this Championship season but could be back for the play-offs, in conversation with Leon Wobschall of the Yorkshire Post.
The 23-year-old was taken off at half time during the Terriers’ 2-0 victory at Middlesbrough last week, picking up a knee injury.
Thomas, who has enjoyed a tremendous rise since playing National League football at the start of 2021, has been an integral figure for the promotion-chasers this season.
The young winger has chipped in with three goals and 15 assists in all competitions this season, proving to be an extremely influential figure for Corberan’s side.
The Terriers still possess an opportunity to win automatic promotion this season, although, it looks more likely that they will finish within the play-off positions.
Thomas has been mightily impressive in Huddersfield colours this season, proving to be a real attacking threat in what has been his breakthrough campaign at Championship level.
The young winger’s creative abilities has been there for all to see this year, with his set-pieces proving to be a real weapon for the Terriers.
His absence will certainly continue to be missed as the rest of the campaign progresses, and should he return for the play-offs, then it will be a welcomed boost.
Huddersfield find themselves in a favourable position where a spot in the play-offs is already confirmed but they are without a player who has been a big reason as to why they have been so successful thus far.