Sean Scannell is targeting a big pre-season and injury-free 2016-17 Championship campaign with Huddersfield Town.

The former Crystal Palace wideman was a big hit in 2014-15, when he figured in 42 of Town’s 46 league games and scored four goals.

But this season he managed only 29 Championship outings, scoring once.

“For myself, the season didn’t go to plan because I had injuries,” said the 25-year-old South Londoner.

“The final part was about getting back to 100 per cent fitness.

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“The manager brought me back gradually. I had a knee problem, so his approach was understandable.”

Scannell played 141 times for Palace, scoring 13 goals, before a reported £800,000 move to Town in 2012.

He has had 155 Town outings, netting nine times.

The former Republic of Ireland Under 21 international signed a new Town contract in March.

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It runs until 2019, with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.

Boss David Wagner said at the time: “I am very happy that Scanz has signed with us.

“He is a great Championship player with the potential to develop further and a great character.”