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

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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

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“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.

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