Well the silly season is upon us. Clubs scramble for players and players' values seem to go through the roof.
The one big thing this window really highlights for me is this is actually the first time Town have not had to react due to table position and worry about players who may find themselves in a lower division than they expected.
Whatever happens we will be playing Championship football as a minimum next season. This should enable the club to push forward any deals without the added financial worries that come with the uncertainty of being near the bottom of the table.
Obviously the club is doing things right as far as making the big boys in the world of football stand up and take note, with the arrival of Izzy Brown from championship rivals Rotherham United where he was on a season long loan.
A loan cut short by Chelsea so he could come to a better club. Who would of thought this be the case with Huddersfield having been tipped for relegation by a host of pundits prior to a ball being kicked.
Will any more new arrivals or even departures occur before the end of January? Do we even need them?
The fantastic festive period saw us unbeaten in six league games and progress through to the 4th round of the FA Cup for the first time since 2014 whilst making numerous squad changes.
Although still linked with a move away, Nahki Wells is for me a player whose all round play has been lacking but yet again has proved his untimely knack of popping up with important goals.
Should he go anywhere I would like to think it would be for big money considering the prices being quoted and paid for some very unproven strikers at this level in the first week of the window.
Would I want him to move on? Definitely not. On his day the man has the potential to be a match winner.
I feel he needs to focus on being a striker not this wandering front man. To get back to his true form some of his first touch control and passing needs to be stepped up.
He’s young and ambitious but I doubt he will get a better opportunity right now for his career than staying with Town.
The other player mentioned in the press regard to leaving is Harry Bunn. Tricky for me as I don’t think the player has done anything wrong yet has hardly set the team on fire when he has played.
Would we see a fee worthy of letting him go or is he a player still at a young age worth keeping? Only the powers that be can decide that.However, he may need to move on or be loaned away to progress.
I for one would love to still see a completely different style of striker arrive this window - someone who can still fit into the style of play David Wagner expects from his team but also someone who can offer that little different option when games are not quite working out.
I think we saw in the home games against Wigan and Sheffield Wednesday that sometimes all the possession play in the world is sometimes not enough to get the results and it wouldn’t hurt to have a plan C in games to mix things up a little.
January looks certain to provide us Town fans with lots of entertainment game wise, with the next round of the FA cup to look forward to and also our impending return clash with Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday just for starters.
Couple this with the transfer window speculation, arrivals and departures and we have yet another great month ahead in this already amazing season.
Darren, 44, resides in Golcar with his wife Mary and seven children who are all avid Town fans as well. Season-Ticket holder Darren grew up in Deighton, mesmerised by the floodlights of Leeds Road which he could view from his bedroom window.
From his very first game in the 1980-81 season he was hooked and these days can be seen around Huddersfield driving for Streamline Bus Company wearing one of many Town shirts.