Huddersfield Town Football Club News
Striker Lee Novak will leave Huddersfield Town, after contract talks came to a halt.
Discussions with the former Gateshead man have been ongoing all season, but Novak decided to reject the new terms.
Town chief Exectuve told the Examiner."Lee has been a tremendous player for the club and we are sorry to see him leave. He is a great guy and became a real fans’ favourite, always giving 100% and scoring a number of very memorable and crucial goals.
Huddersfield Town midfielder Oscar Gobern will sign a new deal with the club that will see him stay at the John Smith's Stadium until the summer of 2016.
Manager Mark Robins had already taken up an option in Gobern's contract to keep him for another year, but the former Southampton man is now going to commit himself to Town until the end of the 2016 season.
In total, Gobern has made 36 appearances for Huddersfield, 17 of which came last year.
Huddersfield Town have today announced the signing of left-back Jake Carroll from Irish side St Patrick's Athletic.
Carroll, 21, has been at St Pats since 2009, and has played for the Republic of Ireland Under 18s side as well as spending two spells on trial at Town.
“Jake impressed me a lot when he was here a few weeks ago on trial," Robins told the club's official side. "He is left sided, quick, powerful and has a good attitude with an aptitude to learn quickly.
On-loan midfielder Neil Danns is set to miss Huddersfield Town's final two games of the Championship season with a toe injury.
The 30-year-old, who had a spell at Bristol City earlier this season, has been playing through the pain barrier for the past few weeks.
"It's been a problem for the last three weeks, and it's a sign of Neil's attitude and commitment that he has been willing to carry on," Robins told the Examiner. "He has now had an injection in a bid to sort the injury out, and it's unlikely he will feature again this season."
Huddersfield Town right back Jack Hunt believes a win away at Bristol City on Saturday could save his side from relegation.
Town travel to Ashton Gate to face Sean O'Driscoll's already relegated Robins, and should results go their way, Town's Championship status could be secured by the end of the day.
1,300 tickets have been sold for Huddersfield Town's trip to Bristol City on Saturday 27th April (3.00pm.)
Town have been allocated 2,150 tickets for the game against the already relegated Robins, meaning only 850 tickets remain, as of Tuesday night.