Huddersfield Town finished the 2015/16 campaign in a disappointing 19th place position in the Sky Bet Championship, although some of the football played under boss David Wagner gave the club’s supporters optimism for the future.
The German boss arrived in West Yorkshire in November and installed a stylish, elegant, free-flowing style of passing football which has rarely been seen in the town of Huddersfield over the years.
The 44-year-old is hoping to bring some success to the Terriers during the 2016/17 campaign and if he can get players in to the club who suit his style then who know what they could achieve next season.
The current crop of Huddersfield Town talent isn’t too bad although a few new additions would bolster then in attack and make them more of a force in front of goal.
Football League World writer Lee Clarke takes a look at a dream front three for Huddersfield Town next season:
CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO SEE THE DREAM FRONT THREE!