Grant has nine Championship goals for Danny Cowley’s side but will he secure a move back to the Premier League with Wolverhampton Wanderers?
Karlan Grant could be back in the Premier League come January with The Sun (3 November, page 61) claiming that Wolverhampton Wanderers are keen on a winter deal for the Huddersfield Town talisman.
The striker only joined Huddersfield ten months ago in a £2 million deal from Charlton Athletic and it is no surprise that his price-tag has soared in less than a year in Yorkshire.
With nine goals in 15 games, Grant is one of the hottest strikers in the Championship and he has played a starring role in the club’s recent rejuvenation under Danny Cowley, ensuring a previously toothless Terriers attack has some much-needed bite.
A clinical goal-scorer with either foot, the 22-year-old scored the winner as Huddersfield won for the fourth time in six games on Saturday, securing a shock 1-0 triumph away from home at Brentford.
As a result, the Sun claims that Huddersfield will demand a fee in excess of £10 million should Wolves come calling in the New Year.
Considering that Patrick Cutrone has scored just twice in 18 games since moving to Molineux, Nuno Espirito Santo apparently wants to add another forward to his ranks as Wolves look to compete both in the Premier League and the Europa League for months to come.
And Grant, who netted four times in nine top flight starts for Huddersfield last season, could ease the goal-scoring burden on star man Raul Jimenez.