Outgoing Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl admits he is leaving the club with a heavy heart. The Denmark international joined the Terriers on a permanent basis last summer after spending the 2017-18 campaign on loan at the John Smith’s Stadium, but he confirmed earlier this month that he will be leaving the club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
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Lossl played a major role in Huddersfield’s survival in the Premier League last term but has been powerless to stop the Yorkshire outfit slide towards relegation this time around. Huddersfield will finish bottom of the standings regardless of their result against Southampton this weekend, but Lossl insists he has thoroughly enjoyed his time with the club and admits leaving is an inevitable part of the sport.
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“I have some fantastic memories to take away from here and I have enjoyed it all the way through,” the 30-year-old told the Huddersfield Examiner. “I have tried to give everything I had for everybody, this (leaving) is unfortunately a part of football.” The former Mainz stopper also confirmed he intends to return to the club in the future, even if it is just in a supporter capacity. He added: “This will definitely not be the last time I am here, I have enjoyed my time here and will come back and visit as often as I can.”