David Wagner has welcomed Jed Steer back to Huddersfield Town for a third spell but warned fans they may have to be patient when it comes to further transfer window recruits.

Keeper Steer has been signed on loan from Aston Villa for the remainder of the season and marked his 17th appearance for the club with a clean sheet in the 2-0 Championship win at Bolton Wanderers.

Town, who have transferred centre-back Murray Wallace to Scunthorpe United for an undisclosed fee, continue to be linked with Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw.

Jon Gorenc Stankovic, a teenage Slovenian defender at Wagner’s former club Borussia Dortmund, has also been spoken of.

But the head coach said: “The transfer window last for a month and we will use all that time.”

Jon Gorenc Stankovic

Wagner, whose side are up to 18th in the table, said bringing back Steer as soon as the window opened was a straightforward decision.

“I like to have two good goalkeepers who have experience,” he explained.

“Joe Murphy is a great guy and a good player but he has had injury problems.

“Because of this, it’s very important to have Jed.

“He did well when he was here before, and he knows everybody and the style we like to play.”

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Wagner would also like to re-sign left-back Ben Chilwell, whose loan from Leicester City ended with an eighth Town appearance at Bolton.

But he accepts the chances are slim, with the England Under 20 skipper being linked with both Arsenal and Liverpool.

“He has done a very good job here. He is a great English talent,” he said.

“We are not in the position to make the decision to keep him here, so we have to wait.

“If there is any chance we will try to take it, and I think Ben would like to stay, but he is also not the person who makes the final decision.

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“We all have to look to Leicester and wait, but I think the chances are not so high.”

Former Scotland Under 21 player Murray, a £300,000 buy from Falkirk four years ago, left Town having made 60 appearances, but only one under Wagner.

He had a loan spell at Scunthorpe, managed by former Town boss Mark Robins, earlier this season.

“Murray is a good talent but he has to play and I won’t be able to give him the opportunity,” said Wagner.

“Scunthorpe offered us something and it was okay for us.

“I am happy with the other options I have.”

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