Huddersfield Town have sold teenage left-back Jack Senior to Luton Town.

The fee is undisclosed, and the transfer deadline day deal includes a sell-on clause.

The 19-year-old academy product has been a mainstay of the Under 21 (now Under 23) side in recent years.

Boss David Wagner took Senior on the club’s Spanish training camp soon after his arrival last November.

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But the Halifax-born player has been unable to force his way into the first-team frame.

Senior, from Stainland, played for Elland Juniors before joining Town as a 10-year-old.

After a successful 2014/15 campaign at both Under 18 and 21 level, he featured in Chris Powell’s pre-season preparations.

Senior then returned to development-team duty, and helped Town’s Under 21s win last season’s PDL II title.

Jack Senior

Town’s head of football operations Stuart Webber said: “Everyone at the club would like to wish Jack the best of luck.

“The recent arrival of Tareiq Holmes-Dennis would have curtailed his playing time and we have a duty of care to the player.

“He is a great lad and has been at Huddersfield for a long time.

“With his contract running out at the end of the season, this is a great move for Jack and the clubs involved.

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“He has talent and we all hope to see him excel at Luton.”

The Hatters have made a strong start to the season under manager Nathan Jones.

They trail leaders Morecambe by two points, having won 3-0 at Cambridge United on Saturday.

Wycombe Wanderers visit Kenilworth Road this Saturday.

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