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Emyr Huws on Huddersfield Town future

The Wales international is nearing the end of his loan

Emyr Huws applauds the Town fans. He is nearing the end of his loan spell

Emyr Huws is interested in a permanent move to Huddersfield Town.

The Wales international midfielder is nearing the end of his loan from League I promotion chasers Wigan Athletic.

And after helping David Wagner’s side to a 2-0 Championship win at Blackburn Rovers, the 22-year-old said: “I’m definitely not against the idea of staying.

“I have loved my time here, I feel settled and I like playing in this team and under this manager. The fans have been great with me as well.

“I don’t know what will happen, but I don’t want to rule anything out.”

See Town's celebrations at Ewood Park

Ex-Manchester City man Huws, hoping for a place in Wales’ Euro 2016 squad, made his 27th Town appearance in a game which was settled by Nahki Wells and a Matt Kilgallon own goal.

A first win in four, seen by 1,777 travelling fans in a 15,061 crowd, lifted Wagner’s side to 16th, 11 points above the relegation zone with only 12 left to play for.

Huws added: “I thought it was a really solid performance and we fully deserved three points.

David Wagner speaks about the win at Blackburn

“We should have beaten Hull City the week before and we followed that performance up. It’s been a good week.

“Blackburn’s a tough pace to play at but we have won and with a clean sheet.

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“I think we are maturing as a team and we are more able to see games out now, which shows we are learning.

“I think I am learned too, my decision making and tactical thinking is better.

“This team can push forward and hopefully I can too.”

Town are back in action at Rotherham United on Tuesday.


Millers are 21st, nine points off the drop zone after a 0-0 home draw with Nottingham Forest.

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