Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner
Terriers boss David Wagner has worked miracles during his time in charge at the John Smith's Stadium, but his hardest challenge is arguably still in front on him, as he attempts to guide his side to a successful Premier League campaign.
The German will be looking to make some smart accusations during the transfer window, and will certainly have to upgrade on quality, whilst adding depth to his options.
One particular area where Wagner will want to strengthen is his forward department, and with this in mind, Huddersfield should consider entering the race for Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj.
The 22-year-old burst onto the scene at Old Trafford in 2013, but following an impressive beginning to life in the Premier League, the Belgian's career has stagnated. He spent an underwhelming spell on loan with Sunderland last term, but maybe it is a little unfair to judge him purely based on that, with the Black Cats' team arguably one of the worst to ever grace the Premier League.
And a move to West Yorkshire could be just what Januzaj needs, to help breathe fire back into his stuttering career.
Adnan Januzaj in action
The six-capped Belgium international can play anywhere along the front-line, although he is most ideally suited to the right-wing position.
He is renowned for cutting inside from the right onto his left foot, and with his expert delivery, he could be a hugely useful asset to Wagner's men in the final third.
He possesses fantastic technical ability, and his experience of playing in the top flight would also be a big help to the Huddersfield players, despite his tender years.
The Terriers will not have things all their own way, however, if they do choose to pursue a move for Januzaj, with a lengthy list of potential suitors already showing their interest in the Belgian (ESPN).
Adnan Januzaj in action during his loan spell with Sunderland