Schindler Hopes To Build On Town Milestone

Schindler Hopes To Build On Town Milestone

Christopher Schindler claims he is hoping to make many more appearances for Huddersfield after his 100th outing in the West Ham draw. The 28-year-old German central defender arrived at the John Smith’s Stadium from 1860 Munich in the summer 2016 for a then club-record fee of £1.8million and made his debut in a 2-1 win against Brentford on August 6.


Schindler made 44 Championship appearances before helping Huddersfield secure promotion via the play-offs and featured in all but one of Town’s Premier League matches last term when he was named Player of the Year.
He remains a mainstay of boss David Wagner’s plans this term and is delighted to reach a significant milestone for the West Yorkshire outfit.


But Schindler is now looking to build on that and remain a big part of the team for the long-term future.
He told HTTV: “It’s great because, in Germany, you maybe need four seasons to achieve that. Here it is at the beginning of the third one.


“It’s a lot of games and I’m so glad how things went for the club, and for me personally as well, since I got here. “I hope many more are going to come. “One hundred is a good number and I hope also the development of the club and my development goes the same way as it has gone so far.”