Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner is on the look out for two goalkeepers for next season.

Current first-choice Jed Steer, who will make a 36th Town appearance at home to Birmingham City, is on loan from their arch-rivals Aston Villa.

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And his deputy, former Republic of Ireland international Joe Murphy, could be out for six months after shoulder surgery.

Wagner’s most senior current option is Lloyd Allinson, who has yet to play at first-team level.

“Joe’s operation went well, and everyone involved is satisfied,” said Wagner.

“He is now in rehabilitation but he could be out until October.

“Originally we were only looking for one new keeper, but now we will need two.”

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Murphy, 34, joined Town from Coventry City in 2014 and has made 14 appearances.

He began his career at Tranmere Rovers and has also played for West Bromwich Albion, Sunderland and Scunthorpe United.