Rajiv van La Parra and Jamie Paterson caught the eye of Huddersfield Town fans in the 2-2 home Championship draw against Hull City.

Town have signed wideman van La Parra on loan from Wolves ahead of a £750,000 summer transfer and he made his home debut against the Tigers.

On-loan Nottingham Forest forward Paterson scored his seventh Town goal, and supporters want to see him signed on a long-term deal.

Dick, from Waterloo, wrote: “Check out the goals against column (59 in 41 games) - it says it all.

“On the plus side, van La Parra looked a class act and Paterson showed he could be more threatening than Nahki Wells.”

Allan, from Liversedge, said: “Van La Parra was excellent and Paterson is a player we need to sign.

“When van La Parra went off we lost our shape and started to defend deep.

“Our defence is fragile at the best of times so it’s no surprise we could not defend a lead.

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“In saying that, I would have taken a point before the game.”

Philip Sykes wrote on Facebook: “Van la Para impressed and it was a mistake to take him off.

“Hull’s attitude changed and they became more pushy. I think they were scared of him.”

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Gareth Faulkner said: “Town were good until van La Parra was replaced.”

And Frank, from Salendine Nook, added: “Van La Parra was excellent, a very exciting player who could be a real find.”

Alistair, from Mirfield, wrote: “We were pretty solid. We sat back after taking the lead twice but overall a good performance.

“Van La Parra was dangerous, Wells worked very hard, Whitehead protected and broke up play well in front of defence. Huws was man of the match for me.”

SPH, of Almondbury, said: “A great result but it could have been better.

“Van la Parra is a Rolls Royce of a winger. When he went off it changed us to an old traction engine and it cost us a two points.”

Glen Wales wrote: “For those of us who are old enough, van La Parra reminded me of another great wideman who played for us - Mike O’Grady.”