- Thu Nov 16 3:57 PM
Huddersfield hope Aaron Mooy can recover in time for Saturday's Premier League game at Bournemouth after he played 180 minutes for Australia over the international break.
Wagner told Sky Sports: He is a very exciting player.
We are absolutely happy. I think we were able to get better and higher competition in our squad on the positions we've signed already,
He is a very hungry young footballer with a strong desire to succeed in England,
said boss David Wagner.
I can confirm that the two have found a solution,
Wagner said. Now it is all about the personal terms and I am confident.