Another 23 Years Old Officially Announced New Huddersfield Town Contract Extension As Neil Warnock Has Message To Striker

The centre-forward has signed a new deal at the club after impressing for the B team and starting to make in-roads into Neil Warnock’s first team plans recently

After making his senior debut earlier this month, Terriers striker Kyle Hudlin signed a new long-term contract with the organization with his pen before taking it away.

The 6’9″ center-forward, whose height we must mention in accordance with the laws of elegant variation, was due to expire from his two-year contract at the end of the current season after joining Huddersfield Town last summer, but he is now committed to the club through at least the summer of 2026.

Huddersfield Town forward Kyle Hudlin issued with fresh challenge by Neil Warnock after signing contract extension with Championship club | Yorkshire Post

Hudlin came to the John Smith’s Stadium from non-league Solihull Moors last year and was swiftly sent out on loan to League Two Wimbledon, where he spent half a season before returning to Town and spending the second half of the campaign in the B team.

His regular goalscoring exploits earned him a place in Neil Warnock’s squad for this summer’s pre-season training camp in the West Country and in the subsequent friendlies back up north, with the manager acknowledging that Hudlin’s form had earned him a place in the squad while Tyreece Simpson was sent out on loan to League One Northampton Town.

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Hudlin has been an unused substitute in both of Town’s Championship games this season but came off the bench and scored in the final moments of last week’s Carabao Cup defeat to Middlesbrough.

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