Huddersfield Town look set to lose first-team coach Mike Marsh.
The former Liverpool player and coach, a key part of David Wagner's managerial team, is to take up a post with the England Under 17 side
Marsh, 46, arrived at Town alongside Wagner and his assistant Christophe Buehler in November.
The club were keen to bring in a coach with experience of the English game to help the German duo make the transition to Championship football.
Marsh also played for West Ham United, Coventry City, Galatasaray, Southend United and a string of non-league clubs and coached within
Liverpool's academy system before stepping up to first-team level under Brendan Rodgers.
He left Anfield, where he worked with Town's football operations chief Stuart Webber, as part of a coaching reshuffle last summer.
Webber will now be central to the recruitment of Marsh's replacement as Town look to push forward under Wagner.