Wandering Celt Graham Carey is looking to pack his bags and get out on loan again.
Carey had a successful loan spell at Huddersfield earlier in the season where he made 24 appearances on the back of previous loans at Bohemians and St Mirren.
The 21-year-old is currently back at Celtic and was on the bench for Saturday’s win over Aberdeen.
Huddersfield boss Lee Clark would love to take Carey back to Yorkshire with the left-sided full-back or midfielder just as anxious to pick up where he left off.
“The last six months have possibly been the best of my career so far,” he told Channel 67. “It was really enjoyable playing so many games at Huddersfield, I probably played more games than I thought I would have.
“I played against a lot of top sides in the division, some that shouldn’t really be in that division, especially the ones that had come down like Peterbrough, Sheffield Wednesday and Plymouth.
“Southampton are another big club, there were a lot of big crowds and the whole experience was really enjoyable.
“Huddersfield are a big club and are going places. There’s a bit of investment in the club and according to the fans they have their best squad in years.
“Hopefully they can push on into the Championship. With the fans that they have and the players there they are good enough to be in the Championship.
“In some ways the loan surpassed my expectations but I’m confident enough in my own ability that I didn’t want to be sitting on the bench, I wanted to play as much as I can and that happened.
“I’m in a good position and hopefully something else can be sorted for the next few weeks, I want to push on and play at the highest level I can.”