Lossl 'honoured' by two years with Town
Danish keeper Jonas Lossl says he feels "honoured" to have spent two years with Huddersfield Town, calling them his career highlight.
The Terriers' number one is likely to leave the club at the end of his contract this summer following Town's relegation to the Championship.
Earlier this month, the ex-Mainz man expressed his desire to seek new challenges and he has since been linked with a move to David Wagner's new club Schalke.
And, although the 30-year-old acknowledges that the campaign has been a turbulent one, Lossl revealed how much the past two years in Huddersfield has meant to him.
In a Twitter post, he wrote: "This season, and especially the past few months, has been very turbulent, but there is no doubt that I am proud and honoured to have the opportunity to wear the Huddersfield Town jersey for the past two years.
"The journey with Town has been the highlight of my career so far. I have played the best football in my life, created some incredible memories, achieved some extraordinary goals and met people whom I now consider to be really good friends."
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