It’s been four in, two out in terms of senior players during David Wagner’s time at Huddersfield Town.

Town have recruited Algerian international Karim Matmour, initially until the end of the season.

And Leicester City’s Ben Chilwell, Middlesbrough’s James Husband and Brighton and Hove Albion’s Elvis Manu have been signed on loan.

Elvis Manu signs on loan for Huddersfield Town

Meanwhile centre-back Murray Wallace was transferred to Scunthorpe United.

And striker James Vaughan was loaned to Birmingham City until the end of the season, when his Town contract expires.

French-born Matmour, well known to Wagner from his time playing in Germany, has made two starts and two appearances from the bench.

His fellow forward, Dutchman and former Feyenoord player Manu, 22, is looking to build on one substitute appearance so far.

Left-back Chilwell has been the most successful signing of the Wagner era.

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The 19-year-old England youth international really caught the eye in the course of eight appearances, seven of them starts.

He has since played twice for Leicester, and when it became clear a loan extension was unlikely, Town moved for Husband.

The former Doncaster Rovers defender, 22, has so far made three starts and one appearance from the bench.

And he will compete with Australian international Jason Davidson for a berth which is an important part of Wagner’s full-throttle system.

Wagner also extended the loan of Aston Villa keeper Jed Steer while sending winger Muzzy Carayol back to Middlesbrough.

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Injury-plagued former England Under 21 international Vaughan scored 33 goals, including two hat tricks, in 95 Town games.

He joined Town on loan from Norwich City in August 2012 and the move was made permanent in a £600,000 deal the close-season after.

Wallace, bought for £300,000 from Falkirk four years ago and sold for an undisclosed fee, made 60 Town appearances (four goals).

He also won Scotland Under 21 honours while at the club.