Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward would be a great loan capture for Huddersfield Town.

That’s the view of Sean Wallace of the Aberdeen Evening Express, who watched the Wales international shine for the Scottish Premiership side.

Wallace reckons the recall of the 22-year-old by Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp in January was a major factor as the Pittodrie side’s challenge to newly-crowned champions Celtic faltered.

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Ward, linked with a season-long switch to Town for 2016-17, kept 13 clean sheets in 29 appearances for Aberdeen.

Six of them came in the Europa League.

“Danny was a stand-out player for the Dons, and losing him was a major blow,” said Wallace.

“He has so many of the attributes you want in a keeper.

“Danny dominates his area, he talks well and he is a good shot stopper.

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“His solidity helps spread confidence among those in front of him.

“Off the field, he is a great lad who fitted in really well with the whole group.

“He takes his job very seriously, but he also likes a laugh and a joke.”

Ward, who joined Liverpool from Wrexham for £100,000 in January 2012, has made two appearances since his Anfield return.

He was between the posts in Sunday’s Premier League clash at Swansea City.

While Liverpool lost 3-1, he received good reviews.

A member of the Wales Under 21 squad, his full international debut came in the 1-1 friendly draw with Northern Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium in March.

Ward, who was loaned to League II Morecambe last season, appears to be firmly on Town’s radar.

But sources suggest there is still work to be done on any deal.

And Wallace reckons Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes would certainly be interested in having him back.