LOAN favourite Luke Beckett aims to go out with a bang if Saturday proves to be his last Town assignment.
The 28-year-old frontman admits he has no idea whose colours he will be wearing this time next week, but he plans to grace Town's with more goals and a victory at MK Dons this weekend.
And Beckett today called on the supporters who have made him so welcome at the Galpharm to get right behind Town's bid for Championship football over the next couple of years.
"Saturday is a big game in any case because we need a win to start climbing the table again, and if it is to be my last game for Town then I would love to score and to help us get a win," said Beckett, who is a target for half a dozen League I clubs after five goals in four loan matches.
"I'm just looking forward to the MK Dons game and then we'll see what happens after that regarding my loan.
"I know there have been rumours of clubs wanting to buy me, clubs wanting to loan me and maybe Sheffield United wanting me back to play at the Lane, and it's all up in the air at the minute.
"It's one of those situations where the player always seems to be the last to know what's happening.
"I've spoken with Peter Jackson, I'm waiting to hear from Neil Warnock and, while my agent is telling me a few things, I am a little bit in the dark about the whole thing.
"I don't think it's just a case of going back to United or staying with Huddersfield. United have bids which they are thinking over and they've also got bids in for other strikers themselves.
"Where I'm playing after Saturday could be a permutation of all sorts of factors."
Beckett accepts Town are not in a position to buy him permanently but, even if his loan is not extended, he's confident the club are firmly on the up under Jackson.
"I've enjoyed my loan here 100% and I haven't got a single regret," he explained.
"The fans have been great, the lads are superb and the manager, who I knew before, has been brilliant to me.
"He was the reason I chose Huddersfield ahead of several other clubs and I don't think the team are far off being top-six.
"I don't think there's any harm in taking time to bed in after you've won promotion and then trying to kick on to move up to the next level.
"I was promoted with Chesterfield out of the bottom division and we had a really good side, but we only just avoided relegation the next season - so for Town to be where they are means they are doing well.
"Every level you move up, especially with young players, is tough - and there is a big difference from division to division. Stepping up to the Championship is the biggest step of all.
"Teams have to bed in, clubs are working on tight budgets and it really is a question of getting the right players for the right price.
"It will be sad if I have to move on and I know some supporters will be disappointed, but Huddersfield are going in the right direction and they deserve every ounce of support people can give them."
Beckett does not believe he will be asked to play for United in Sunday's FA Cup replay against West Ham just 24 hours after leading Town's attack.
"I know it's been suggested in the press, but I'm not sure it's a realistic possibility," he added.