Huddersfield Town have offered first professional contracts to three of their academy scholars.

Dylan Cogill, Jamie Spencer and Sam Warde all have the chance to stay at the club next season.

But Adam Porritt will leave at the end of the current campaign.

Cogill, a left-sided centre-back from Batley, and midfielders Spencer, from Halifax, and Warde, from Limerick, will work with Frankie Bunn’s development squad.

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Four of their fellow academy second-year scholars - midfielders Regan Booty and Jack Boyle, defender Jacob Hanson and striker Rekeil Pyke - have already signed their first professional deals.

A decision on Adam Edgar, the Australian striker who received international clearance to play for Town last month, will be made at a later date.