JACK HUNT has shrugged off speculation of a move to the Premier League and insists his sole focus is on Huddersfield Town’s latest Championship clash at Watford tomorrow.

The right-back heads to Vicarage Road, which has undersoil heating to protect against predicted snow, amid reports he is being tracked by Reading, Swansea and Wigan. Championship leaders Cardiff are also said to be interested in the 22-year-old academy product, who has been rated at £3m by Town.

However Hunt said: “I’m a Huddersfield Town player and all I’m thinking about is beating Watford.

“It’s flattering to be talked about in these terms, and it shows I’m doing something right, but I’m not getting carried away.

“I’m a young player, just turned 22, and I’m still working hard on improving my game, particularly the defensive side.”

Hunt, who is contracted to 2014, with Town having the option of a 12-month extension, made his 100th appearance for the club in last Saturday’s 1-1 home draw with Birmingham.

One of last season’s Wembley League I play-off final heroes, he is determined to help Town consolidate their position in the second tier.

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Hunt and his teammates head to Hertfordshire this morning – they will train on arrival – aiming to avenge a 3-2 home defeat by Gianfranco Zola’s side in September.

“They were lively that day, and they’ve kicked on since then, so we know what we’re up against,” said Hunt, who aims to help 17th-placed Town clinch a first win in 12 league games.

“I watched their televised win over Brighton a few weeks ago, and I was impressed, especially with Nathaniel Chalobah (the on-loan Chelsea midfielder).

“We know they are quick on the counter-attack, but we took on a similar side in Crystal Palace just before Christmas and really deserved better than a 1-1 draw.

“There is a strong belief among the players that a win is coming, and we are all confident we can climb back up the table.”

Boss Grayson has winger Danny Ward back after five games out. Centre-back Joel Lynch remains sidelined.