Huddersfield Town would be interested in taking Liverpool players on loan, but chairman Dean Hoyle insists they will not become a “feeder club” for the Premier League giants.

The strong bond between Town head coach David Wagner and Anfield chief Jurgen Klopp – they are close friends and former colleagues at Borussia Dortmund – has brought speculation that up-and-coming Liverpool players will head to Huddersfield to gain experience.

Town were linked with Jerome Sinclair before last week’s Football League emergency loan deadline.

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And there has been talk of possible moves for his fellow frontman Ryan Kent, currently at Coventry City, and midfielder Jordan Rossiter during the upcoming January transfer window.

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Liverpool currently have 19 players out on loan.

Hoyle, who appointed Wagner three and a half weeks ago, said: “Because of the coaching links, we’re looking at two clubs with the same philosophy and playing the same system.

“It’s a hand-in-glove fit when it comes to loan players, but we have to be realistic.

“Yes we would be interested in taking players on loan, just as we would be from any club, but they would have to enhance our squad.

“We’re not here to develop Liverpool’s players as a feeder club, we have aspirations of our own.”

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp applauds the home fans after the final whistle during the UEFA Europa League match at Anfield, Liverpool. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday October 22, 2015. See PA story SOCCER Liverpool. Photo credit should read: Peter Byrne/PA Wire.

Hoyle also confirmed German coach Wagner could bring in players from his homeland, or other parts of Europe.

So far there has been just one signing since his arrival, on-loan Leicester City left-back Ben Chilwell.

The 18-year-old England youth international, at Town until January 3, made his League debut in Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat by Middlesbrough.