Huddersfield Town have signed Dutch forward Elvis Manu on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion for the remainder of the season - although the South coast club have a recall option after 28 days.

The 22-year-old is primarily a winger, but can play a variety of forward roles.

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Manu is a former Holland Under 21 international who also qualifies to play for Ghana and was an August arrival at the Amex Stadium from Feyenoord, signing a three-year contract.

He scored 11 times in 39 games (19 starts) for the Dutch giants, who loaned him to both Excelsior and Cambuur.

Manu played Europa League football for Feyenoord last season.

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He has made nine appearances for the Seagulls, with his only start in the FA Cup third-round defeat at Hull City on January 9.

Town head coach David Wagner said: “I’ve talked a lot during this winter window about bringing players to the club who would help us in the long term.

“But when it became clear that our targets were not available in this window, we moved down a different road to help for the rest of the season.

“I like what I have seen of Elvis from his time at Feyenoord and Brighton; I believe his qualities will fit with our ideas.

“I’m sure he can help us out this season. He also gives me another option in the number seven, 11 and nine slots, which it is important to have.”