Rajiv van La Parra reckons his early start at Huddersfield Town will pay dividends next season.

The Dutchman joined on loan from Championship rivals Wolves in March ahead of a £750,000 deal which will be completed this summer.

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The former Heerenveen forward, who has agreed a three-year Town contract, made eight appearances for David Wagner’s side.

And the ex-Holland Under 21 international said: “I already feel I have been here for a while.

“Changing clubs can be difficult, but it has been an easy process for me at Huddersfield.

“Everyone has treated me so well, and the fans have really welcomed me, which means a lot.

“When we come back for pre-season (on June 24) I will already know the club and the coach.”

Van La Parra added: “I think I improved towards the end of the season, but there is far more to come.

“Pre-season will be important for us all and we need to be fitter than ever before.

“The way the coach wants us to play demands that, but it’s also a great system for creative players.”

Van La Parra is one of four confirmed new signings so far.

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German defenders Chris Lowe and Michael Hefele have joined from Kaiserslautern and Dynamo Dresden respectively.

And former Middlesbrough keeper Luke Coddington has joined the development squad.