Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle has revealed that the Terriers would be keen to take Liverpool's youngsters on loan when the window re-opens.

Although Hoyle insisted Town won't be a feeder club for the Reds, he's happy to profit from David Wagner's friendship with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

Here are five players that Huddersfield could look to bring in come the New Year...

Jerome Sinclair

Liverpool U-19s player Jerome Sinclair in action against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad U-19s Ventsislav Kerchev during the UEFA Youth League fixture at the Stadium Georgia Asparuhov in Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo by James Maloney

The Birmingham-born forward became Liverpool’s youngest-ever debutant (16 years and six days) when he was brought on during a League Cup win at West Bromwich Albion, his first club, in September, 2012.

The record had previously been held by former Huddersfield Town loanee Jack Robinson.

Sinclair, who is now 19 and has made three Liverpool appearances from the bench in total, was signed from West Brom in 2011 and has scored for England at Under 16 and 17 level.

He had a loan spell at Wigan Athletic last season.

Jordan Rossiter

FC Sion's Edmilson Fernandes and Liverpool's Jordan Rossiter battle for the ball during the UEFA Europa League match at Anfield, Liverpool.

The 18-year-old Merseyside-born midfielder has played three times this season, twice in the Europa League, and four times in all, with three of those starts.

He scored a 30-yarder on his debut in last season’s League Cup clash with Middlesbrough.

Rossiter has worked his way through the Liverpool youth system and played for England at Under 16, 17, 18 and 19 level.

He has been described as an “authoritative central midfield presence” with “an extensive passing repertoire with either foot and an eye for goal”.

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Ryan Kent

Coventry City v Gillingham at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, in the league one match, with (Coventry first), Ryan Kent and Aaron Morris

The Oldham-born winger is currently on loan at Coventry City - but only until January.

Aged 19, he has made 12 appearances for the League I Sky Blues, scoring once.

Kent, who can play on either side, has represented England at Under 18 and 20 level.

It’ been suggested Jurgen Klopp would like him to play Championship football for the second half of this season.

Harry Wilson

Liverpool U-19s player Harry Wilson in action against PFC Ludogorets Razgrad U-19s during the UEFA Youth League fixture at the Stadium Georgia Asparuhov in Sofia, Bulgaria. Photo by James Maloney

Another winger, who is on loan to Crewe Alexandra, he is the youngest-ever Wales international.

That was in a in a World Cup qualifier against Belgium in October 2013, when he was 16 years and 208 days.

Wrexham-born and with Liverpool since he was nine, he has pace, a deft touch and acceleration on the left flank.

Like Kent, his initial loan deal (he has played seven times for the Alex so far) ends in January.

Pedro Chirivella

Liverpool's Pedro Chirivella at the Pre-season friendly HJK Helsinki vs Liverpool in Finland. Photo by Colin Lane

The 18-year-old Spanish holding midfielder came through the youth system at Valencia before joining Liverpool in 2013.

He skippered Spain’s Under 16 side and is said to read the game well and pass accurately.

Like Rossiter, Kent and Wilson, he was called up by former boss Brendan Rodgers to feature in this summer’s pre-season tour of Bangkok, Brisbane, Adelaide and Malaysia.

His competitive debut came from the bench in September’s Europa League tie against Bordeaux in France.