Poll: Which Huddersfield player would you like to see leave during the January transfer window?

Huddersfield's Rajiv van La Parra in action with Sheffield Wednesday's Barry Bannan

Which Huddersfield players would fans not mind seeing the back of this month?

As the January transfer window passes the halfway mark, HITC Sport has put together a poll looking at the Huddersfield players that perhaps some would not mind seeing move on this month. But before we give the fans the chance to vote, here is a look at the five contenders...

Dean Whitehead

The 34-year-old has made little impact this term, making just nine appearances in the Championship. He has been linked with Wigan Athletic this month (via Huddersfield Examiner).

Sean Scannell

Ipswich Town's Jonas Knudsen in action with Huddersfield Town's Sean ScannellIpswich Town's Jonas Knudsen in action with Huddersfield Town's Sean Scannell

It has been a slow campaign for the winger. He has made just 11 appearances in total, including six starts for David Wagner's men, and has contributed just one assist.

Kyle Dempsey

The Huddersfield Examiner reports that the Terriers have rejected a bid from Charlton Athletic for the midfielder. He is currently out on loan at Fleetwood Town, but if the Addicks return with a better offer, he perhaps could be on his way permanently.

Nahki Wells

Nahki Wells celebrates after scoring the second goal for HuddersfieldNahki Wells celebrates after scoring the second goal for Huddersfield

It is perhaps a controversial view, but Huddersfield may want to consider letting Wells go during the January window. The Huddersfield Examiner reported that the forward's contract expires next year and he rejected a new deal this summer. If the writing is on the wall regarding getting him to stay on beyond the end of next season, the Terriers may want to consider selling him now and getting as much as possible.  

Rajiv van La Parra

The winger is attracting Premier League attention (via HITC Sport), and while he is another that appears to have impressed, it may not be the worst option to cash in while the interest is there. A top flight move would surely see Huddersfield make some good money on a player who has only contributed one goal and two assists this term. 

Huddersfield fans, who would you not mind seeing leave the John Smith's Stadium during the January transfer window? Cast your vote below...

 

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