Horsfall on Harriers switch

Defender on why he swapped Terriers for Harriers…

AFTER ending a near ten-year association with Huddersfield Town, Fraser Horsfall says joining Harriers was best move for his career.

The talented centre-back, who had been on loan here at Aggborough, was under contract with the Terriers until the end of the current season, having first signed there at the age of ten.

He was highly thought of at the Premier League side and had regularly starred in their U21 and U23 squads before picking up first-team experience at the likes of Trafford and Salford City.

The switch to Worcestershire came this past August, and Horsfall credits his 22-game spell thus far with some of the best football of his young career.

Speaking exclusively to our YouTube channel, he commented: “It was a big decision for me but I have been enjoying my time here.

“I feel like I am playing well and helping the team.

“If I am going to progress then this is the best club for me to be at. I like the manager, the backroom staff and everyone involved.

“There are a lot of good, young players in the squad and we see that day in, day out in training. The quality is there; we’re young and we’re hungry.

“It’s good that there is competition for spots and I have to keep on top of my game.”

Harriers are back in action on New Year’s Day when they host AFC Telford United at Aggborough.

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