Vaughan open to Town stay
On-loan Huddersfield Town striker James Vaughan admits he would be interested in making his move to West Yorkshire permanent.
The Norwich City frontman, who is at the John Smith's Stadium on a season-long loan, will be on the hunt for his fourth goal in eight matches at Peterborough United. Vaughan has forged an exciting partnership with fellow loan man Jermaine Beckford, who has scored two goals in three games for Huddersfield. Both players were on the score-sheet in Saturday's 2-1 home victory over Wolves. The 24-year-old says it is nice to feel wanted and is open to extending his stay with Town. "When I came here I wasn't wanted at Norwich," he said. "I'm enjoying my time here and if the chance came up to stay then I'd definitely look into it."