The 24-year-old joined the club on-loan from French Champions AS Monaco during the January transfer window, going on to make 17 appearances in all competitions for David Wagner's side.
A key part of Town's successful Premier League survival bid, the Dutchman quickly became renowned for his combative displays and flexibility to play either as a central defender or left-back.
And despite firmly becoming a fans favourite, Kongolo has continually remained coy about the potential of a longer stint in West Yorkshire.
However, taking to Instagram this morning, Kongolo wrote: “Thanks to all of you for having me at this great club.
“I'll always remember the support you gave me, I wish you all the best of luck next season and know for sure Huddersfield will always remain in the PL.
“Love the song you guys sang for me, the best I heard at least.”