Huddersfield Town fans are urging the club to sign up some of their loan players now Championship football next season is guaranteed.

The 1-1 draw at Rotherham United in which Nahki Wells was on target for the 18th time this season means there is no late fingernail biting for the blue and white faithful.

Head coach David Wagner has already captured German left-back Chris Loewe and Rajiv van La Parra from Kaiserslautern and Wolves respectively and the scouting net has spread wide.

But fans believe some of those players already in-house deserve permanent contracts at the John Smith’s Stadium.

Paul, from Mirfield, summed it up.

“Hope we can sign Jamie Paterson, Emyr Huws and Jed Steer,” he said.

“And add a further three or four quality players and you never know.

“I also believe we should start Paterson.”

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Tony, based in Salendine Nook, said: “The signs are good for Town.

“There seems to be a blend of youth and experience developing in the side.”

Others, like Martin from Mirfield, are less convinced.

“Poor first touch and gave ball away too often,” he said. “Too ready to concede dangerous throw-ins.

“Despite this, a gritty effort.”

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On Wells, Steve Blackburn commented: "18 goals, and some still don't rate him."

Chris Green, from Dalton, was unhappy with referee Graham Salisbury from Lancashire – a late replacement for Darren Drysdale – and his two assistants.

“While the offside decision was correct, the referee and his linesmen were indescribably incompetent.

“Some of these officials aren’t fit for purpose, and it always seems to be us who get the low-grade ones.

“The main official and his two assistants from the New York Stadium clash, where dreams were nearly made, certainly won’t be receiving any sort of welcoming reception if and when they officiate us again – regardless of if it’s at the John Smith’s or on the road.”