Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner and his right-hand man Christoph Buhler have signed new contracts.

And chairman Dean Hoyle says it’s a sign of the German duo’s commitment to taking the Championship club forward.

Details of the deals are not being disclosed, but Hoyle is known to favour rolling contracts.

The development comes as Town push forward with their £179 season-card offer under the ‘Wagner Revolution’ banner.

It’s hoped the 15,000 barrier will be broken soon.

Hoyle appointed former USA international striker Wagner, 44, in succession to Chris Powell in November.

An atmospheric shot of Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner by freelance photographer Robbie Jay Barrett, of Brighouse.

He worked with Buhler, 39, at Borussia Dortmund, where the pair led the second team.

Town finished 19th last season, with Wagner winning 10 and drawing seven of his 32 league games at the helm.

Hoyle is backing the boss in the transfer market, with five new first teamers already signed and more in the pipeline.

“We appointed David and Christoph in November because we felt a step change in culture was needed to take the club to the next level,” he explained.

“After their first six months here, I think everyone connected with Huddersfield Town – staff and fans alike – will tell you that process has begun.

“David is a superb operator and has used his experience of working at top European side Borussia Dortmund to improve our club in many areas, not least in terms of style on the pitch.

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“The impact David’s had has allowed us to make leaps forward in other areas of the club too, including player recruitment, staff and facilities.

“We’ve only just started the process of improving the club, but I sense the level of excitement amongst our fans is unparalleled since I became chairman.

“David – and Christoph – have played a huge role in that.

“That excitement carries to the people at the club, myself included.

“We’re realistic in what we can achieve in the short term, but I’m so happy that David and Christoph wasted no time in showing their commitment to what we want to do here in the long term.”