The transfer window is open and some Championship clubs have already dipped their toe into the market.

Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner has already begun shaping his squad for the rest of the season by signing Jed Steer on loan until the end of the season while Muzzy Carayol has been allowed to return to Middlesbrough.

But what will he do next? We try to answer the big questions surrounding the coming weeks.

Will Wagner be busy?

Funds are available following the sale of Jacob Butterfield to Derby County during the August window and given it's Wagner's first real opportunity to put his stamp on the squad in terms ore personnel, you would expect some new arrivals.

But Town have seldom been rash in their recruitment policy, and don't expect that to change.

Value for money and development potential will remain key factors going forward.

What do Town need?

Given the loan signing of Ben Chilwell and his return to Leicester City, a left-back to provide competition for Australian international Jason Davidson.

Many would say a centre-back too, although Wagner has made a point of saying he is happy with his three main options, skipper Mark Hudson, Joel Lynch and Martin Cranie.

And while Nahki Wells has hit some form of late, another striker to provide goals and give an option other than Ishmael Miller would be welcomed by fans.

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What areas should be left until the summer?

Sky Bet Championship - Huddersfield Town (3) v Preston North End (1) - Emyr Huws.

Goalkeeper, now Jed Steer had been re-signed on loan from Aston Villa for the remainder of the season.

Midfielders, as long as Emyr Huws isn't recalled by Wigan Athletic.

Widemen, since Wagner felt able to send Mustapha Carayol back to Middlesbrough.

Who are the likely transfer targets?

Town tend to keep things in-house, but it wouldn't be a surprise if Wagner went back to his native Germany to supplement his player pool.

The head coach has made no secret of his desire to bring back Chilwell if at all possible, and, of course, his friendship with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp could be reflected in a loan arrival from Anfield.

And sources suggest interest in Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw is serious, although he won't come cheap and there is competition for his signature.

Dream signing?

Jordan Rhodes back in a blue and white striped shirt - like that's about to happen!

Jordan Rhodes of Blackburn Rovers

Exit door?

There's always a chance of an offer Town couldn't refuse for Nahki Wells, while Joe Lolley and Harry Bunn will also have their admirers, as will Philip Billing.

Miller has been linked with a move to Turkey.

For younger players, it may be a case of being loaned out to get game time.

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