INVENTIVE striker Benik Afobe revealed he could be back at Huddersfield Town next season after a starring role against Notts County.
The on-loan Arsenal teenager was involved in all three goals as the Terriers moved four points clear of third placed Peterborough.
He has not ruled out a second stint at the club and said: Ill definitely be at Arsenal for pre-season and they may want me to play in the Championship next.
If Huddersfield get promoted then here would be my first choice. Ive only been at Town for four months, but I love the club. Everyone has made me feel so welcome.
That will no doubt please fans who saw Afobe recover from an early miss to put on a classy show which helped destroy struggling Notts County.
Afobe, 18, should have scored from close range after just four minutes when Lee Peltier and Gary Roberts combined to open up the Magpies defence.
Undeterred, Afobe showed great vision to set up two goals for Jordan Rhodes and start the move which led to Roberts scoring with a cheeky chip.
Afobe revealed the second Rhodes goal came from a training ground move in which he peels away to the back post at crosses looking to set his strike partner up.
He said: Weve worked on that a few times in training this week and its really pleasing that something like that has come off in a game.
If you cant score goals, its nice to get an assist. I was disappointed not to score. Their keeper made two good saves. On another day they might have gone in.
Afobe praised strike partner Rhodes and said: Hes a top striker. Its no fluke that hes scored 20 goals this season. And I think theres more of an understanding between us now.
Im probably more direct. I like to take players on while Jordan wants to get into the box. I think that works well, especially now that we know each others game.
Town have seven games left, including tricky away matches at Charlton and MK Dons which could determine the teams automatic promotion destiny.
Peterborough and Southampton still have games in hand and Afobe said: You cant rule anyone out of the race to finish second. Its a tight league. Anyone on their day can beat anyone else. All we can do is try to win our last seven games and hope thatll be enough for automatic promotion.
Town boss Lee Clark wouldnt be drawn after the game on whether he wanted to keep Afobe beyond the end of the season but said: He is an immense talent. He has unbelievable power and pace. He did everything but score.
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