Huddersfield Town boss Danny Cowley has suggested to ExaminerLive that he desires to keep Arsenal-owned attacking midfielder, Emile Smith Rowe, at the club next campaign.
Emile Smith Rowe joined Championship club Huddersfield on loan from Premier League outfit the Gunners in the January transfer window.
So far, the playmaker has made six starts and two substitute matches in the league for the Terriers, scoring one goal and contributing two assists in the process, according to WhoScored.
The young prospect made one start and one substitute appearance in the Premier League for the Gunners this campaign before his loan move to Huddersfield in the winter, according to WhoScored.
Danny Cowley told ExaminerLive about keeping Emile Smith Rowe on loan next season: “Yes, we would like that, absolutely, without a doubt.
“But we are obviously respectful of Arsenal and they will choose what they perceive to be the right pathway for him.”
The Huddersfield boss added: “The aim of this loan was to get him out and get him playing regular football and, so far, he has been able to do that.
“We are working closely with Arsenal to make sure the loan is a successful one for Emile, for Arsenal and, obviously, for ourselves.”