Regan Booty wants to join a select band by following in dad Martyn’s footsteps and playing first-team football for Huddersfield Town.

Defender Martyn made four appearances as he ended his playing career and moved into coaching during the 2003-04 campaign.

He also played for Coventry City, Crewe Alexandra, Reading, Southend United and Chesterfield.

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Midfielder Regan skippers Town’s Under 21s despite still qualifying to play for the Under 18s.

And the Professional Development League II play-off winner, who was on the bench for the home Championship clash with Reading in March, wants to maintain his bright progress.

“I need to make sure I keep ticking over this summer, have a good pre-season and do all I can to impress,” said Booty, a week on from the Under 21s’ play-off victory at Sheffield United.

“There’s a lot of hard work ahead, but I want to play first-team football at this club.”

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The last father and son to play for Town were Lee and Jordan Sinnott.

Before that were Jimmy and Ian Lawson, Billy and Conway Smith and Billy and Willie Watson.