Huddersfield striker Hiwula eyed by duo

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HITC Sport understands League One duo are chasing Huddersfield Town striker.

Bristol City's Luke Ayling and Walsall's Jordy Hiwula  in actionBristol City's Luke Ayling and Walsall's Jordy Hiwula in action

Bradford City and Walsall are battling it out for Huddersfield Town striker Jordy Hiwula, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

Hiwula, who joined Huddersfield last summer from Manchester City, found himself down the pecking order at the John Smith's Stadium upon his arrival at the club.

Huddersfield Town Manager David Wagner celebrates after the final whistleHuddersfield Town Manager David Wagner celebrates after the final whistle

The former England Under-19 international had two loan spells out at Wigan and Walsall last season after finding his first-team chances limited under Huddersfield boss David Wagner.

 has so far made only one first-team appearance for Huddersfield, as a substitute in the Capital One Cup first-round home defeat by Notts County and Wagner is thought to open to offers for the striker.

The 21-year-old scored twice in 14 league appearances for the Latics, seven of them from the bench, as well as adding four more goals in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy before moving to Walsall where he scored three goals in 16 outings for the Saddlers.

Jordy Hiwula of Wigan Athletic celebrates scoring his teams third goalJordy Hiwula of Wigan Athletic celebrates scoring his teams third goal

A number of clubs are thought to have expressed an interest in signing Hiwula this summer, but Bradford and Walsall are leading the chase for his signature.

Walsall are big admirers of Hiwula having had on loan on two previous occasions and they are in the market for striking reinforcements after losing Tom Bradshaw to Barnsley.

Bristol City's Luke Ayling and Walsall's Jordy Hiwula  in actionBristol City's Luke Ayling and Walsall's Jordy Hiwula in action

New Bradford boss Stuart McCall is keen to add to his forward options and is hoping to lure Hiwula to Valley Parade.

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