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.

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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.