Huddersfield Town have 12 players out of contract this summer.

Which of those dozen would you like to see in the blue and white stripes again next season?

Below is a list of who, come the summer, could be a free agent.

Take a look and then cast your vote in our survey.

CHRIS ATKINSON Midfielder, 22, who  came through the academy. He has made 13 first-team appearances, but not figured for more than a year. He is currently on loan at Bradford City after spending the first half of the season at Tranmere. 

IAN BENNETT The veteran former Birmingham and Sheffield United keeper who has made more than 500 appearances and has been on the bench for every Town game this season is now 42. He is considering a move into coaching.

HARRY BUNN Town signed the Oldham-born former Manchester City striker, who is now 21, on a short-term deal in January. He has impressed in the Under 21s and made two substitute appearances in the Championship.  

PETER CLARKE The 32-year-old club captain and centre-back led Town to Wembley glory in the 2012 League I play-off final. A product of Everton, he joined Town from Southend in 2009 and recently made his 500th career start.

MATT CROOKS The Huddersfield-born 20-year-old product emerged from the academy as a midfielder but has recently been playing at centre-back. Hampered by injuries, he has yet to make a first-team appearance.

PAUL MULLIN The 19-year-old Scouse striker has played in Steve Eyre's Under 21 side, but has as yet been unable to force his way into the first-team reckoning.    

CRISTIAN LOPEZ The Spanish striker, 24, was signed in the close-season after impressing on trial but has managed only four appearances, all from the bench. He has been loaned to Shrewsbury and Northampton.

ANTON ROBINSON The midfielder, 28, joined from Bournemouth in 2011 but has found it hard to establish himself at the John Smith's Stadium. Having sustained a knee injury which needed surgery last season, he is now on loan at Coventry.

KEITH SOUTHERN The former Blackpool midfielder, 32, who began his career at Everton was brought in to add experience after Town won promotion to the Championship in 2012. He has made 41 Town appearances.

MURRAY WALLACE Scotland Under 21 centre-back signed from Falkirk in 2012. The former Glasgow Rangers junior has made 25 Town appearances, 18 of them this season.

DANNY WARD There is no doubting the 23-year-old attacker's talent, but consistency has been a problem since his arrival from Bolton, initially on loan, in 2011. Has made 123 Town appearances, scoring 18 goals.

CALUM WOODS A full-back who can play right or left, the 27-year-old Liverpudlian has played 77 times sine signing from Dunfermline in 2011, after five years up in Scotland.

            

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