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.”