Jordy Hiwula is focused on play-off football with Walsall amid speculation over his Huddersfield Town future.

Head coach David Wagner says the club will listen to offers for the striker, who is on loan to the Saddlers.

Town paid Manchester City £150,000 for the 21-year-old last summer, handing him a contract to 2018 with a further year’s option in the club’s favour.

But Hiwula has so far made only one first-team appearance, as a substitute in the Capital One Cup first-round home defeat by Notts County.

That was back in August, and he has also been loaned to Wigan Athletic, where he netted six times in 16 games.

At Walsall, to whom he had a spell on loan while with Manchester City, he has scored three in 13.

With former Town player Jon Whitney as interim manager, the West Midlands side visit Barnsley for their League I play-off semi-final first leg on Saturday.

The return against the Reds, whose squad includes ex-Town man Adam Hammill, is next Thursday.

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“There is a possibility Jordy will start pre-season here and we will have another look at him,” said Wagner.

“But if a club comes in, we will listen. It is an open situation.”

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Town’s players return on June 24, two days after next season’s fixtures are revealed.

Walsall, Barnsley, Bradford City and Millwall are vying for play-off glory in a bid to join promoted League I pair Wigan Athletic and Burton Albion in the Championship.