- Fri Sep 22 2:58 PM
The Terriers' lack of availability offers Kachunga the ideal chance to break his Premier League duck as he prepares for a crucial potential six-pointer with Burnley on Saturday.
|We saw a lot of good things and other things to work on again, as you'd expect in this moment,
said Huddersfield manager David Wagner.
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.