Huddersfield Town retain the service of Alex Pritchard at the moment despite interest in the midfielder bubbling away elsewhere in the Championship.
Pritchard has been on the books at Huddersfield since January 2018, starting with the Terriers in the Premier League and sticking with them as they suffered relegation back into the Championship.
However, he’s struggled to really find his best levels of performance in West Yorkshire and he’s out of contract this summer (although as per Transfermarkt there is a 12-month option to extend in Huddersfield’s favour).
This January, there’s interest in Pritchard from Queens Park Rangers, with Mark Warburton at the helm in West London, having previously managed the 27-year-old at Brentford.
However, as things stand there’s been very little movement on Pritchard getting out of Huddersfield despite an inconsistent amount of game time under Carlos Corberan this season.
Injuries have played their part and it is just 11 Championship appearances this season.
Quiz: The top 16 QPR record player departures – Which club did they join though?
Other interest alongside QPR has emerged in Pritchard, however.
It’s reported by Ryan Conway at The Athletic that Derby County wanted Pritchard to be involved in any deal that took Duane Holmes in the opposite direction. Yet, the player isn’t seemingly keen on making that move and is doesn’t look like happening, despite the fact Holmes will be heading to Huddersfield from Derby.
The transfer window has two weeks remaining, which gives QPR, Derby or any other suitor a chance to work on a deal for Pritchard.