There is disappointment among some Huddersfield Town fans after chairman Dean Hoyle’s revelation that the club won’t pursue the permanent signing of on-loan Wigan Athletic midfielder Emyr Huws .

Hoyle has said bringing in the Wales international would be “too expensive”.

Writing after the 1-1 home Championship draw with Birmingham City, Ted, from Gomersal, said: “Let’s find some cash for Huws, Jamie Paterson (on loan from Nottingham Forest), pulls a right-back, striker and another winger.

“Then the Neverland could be achievable.”

Allan, from Liversedge, wrote: “This was a missed opportunity to gain another three points.

“Whilst we had a great deal of possession we did little to test their keeper and only had a real sense of urgency when they scored.

“After (Joel) Lynch scored we could have won the game however we left it too late to exert the pressure needed to ensure that win.

“Huws and (Karim) Matmour were our stand out players.

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SPH, from Almondbury, said: “Another promising show although the game did not come to life until the last 20 minutes.

“Town should have won and we created enough chances again to win it but just did not convert them.

“I thought Matmour was highly impressive from the bench and was very unlucky not to score with the overhead kick.

“We need to sign him up along with Paterson. Can’t wait for next season!”

Terry, from Lincoln, wrote: “Giving away a needless free-kick and too many missed chances robbed us of three points.

“A good, all-round performance apart from finishing. We were the better side.

“Huws was excellent but Whitehead ponderous. I would like to keep Matmour but don’t think we will afford Huws.”

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Derek, from the Colne Valley, said: “Really an end-of-season game with both teams safe in the Championship and nothing to play for.

“Town should have put the game out of reach in the first 30 minutes.

“Paterson and (Nahki) Wells did not get many chances maybe (David) Wagner should play some fringe players in last games to see what they are like.”

Bill, from Birkby, wrote: “On Town’s finishing, the ratio of chances to attempts on target has been too low for months.

“We always have to shoot to score, so pass our way out of many great crossing positions.”