Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins is looking forward to unleashing Calum Woods on Town’s Championship rivals.
The injury-hit 26-year-old has been restricted to just two appearances from the bench so far this campaign.
First the versatile full-back picked up a collar bone problem in pre-season, then suffered a thigh niggle which has kept him out of the last two games.
The current international break – Town don’t play again until hosting Doncaster on Saturday – provides an opportunity for the former Liverpool and Dunfermline player to get back into contention.
And that’s especially timely given the £2m transfer of right-back Jack Hunt to Crystal Palace.
“Calum is a good player and an important part of our squad,” said Robins, who also has experienced midfielder Keith Southern on the way back after a calf injury.
“He can play both sides of the pitch and he knows what this league is all about, and his absence through injury has been a real frustration.”
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