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Wagner commits to Huddersfield for EPL

Press Association logoPress Association 5/06/2017

Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner is committed to leading the team in the Premier League next season, his agent has confirmed.

Marc Kosicke revealed his client had received some "interesting offers", but had opted to remain loyal to the Terriers after "trusting talks" with the club owners.

Wagner led Aaron Mooy's Huddersfield back to the top flight after a 45-year absence following a penalty shootout victory over Reading in the Championship playoff final at Wembley.

"After the emotional recent days and the trusting talks with the club's owners, David Wagner has chosen, despite some interesting offers, the Premier League adventure with Huddersfield," Kosicke told German broadcaster Sport 1.

Mooy's own club future is undecided at this point and with the Australian in camp with the Socceroos as they prepare to face Saudi Arabia in what looms as a must win clash, his attention appears to be on the national side.

He and Wagner struck up a great relationship with the midfielder thriving under his tutelage.

Mooy told reporters on Monday that he had "no idea" where his future would be at but admitted life is exciting with a number of clubs reportedly having shown interest in acquiring him from parent club Manchester City.

"It's a little bit exciting. But you want to know what you're doing, of course, you don't want to wait ... until the last minute," Mooy said.

Mooy has been linked with interest from several Premier League clubs including West Brom, Stoke, Everton, Southampton, Bournemouth and other newly promoted sides Newcastle and Brighton and Hove Albion.

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