English Championship side Huddersfield Town have handed Ghanaian striker Collin Quaner a fresh one-month deal.
The three-year contract of the attacker was due to expire at the end of this month but he has been offered a new contract to stay and aid Huddersfield Town in the relegation play-off,
"Twelve first team players have extended their contracts into July 2020 to help Huddersfield Town in the fight to remain in the Sky Bet Championship. They are Collin Quaner, Elias Kachunga, Jon Gorenc Stanković, Joel Coleman, Demeaco Duhaney, Rekeil Pyke, Ryan Schofield, Jonas Lössl, Emile Smith Rowe, Chris Willock, Andy King and Trevoh Chalobah." An official statement from the club indicated.
Born in Dusseldorf to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, Quaner previously featured for clubs including Fortuna Dusseldorf, VFR Aalen and Union Berlin where he scored 10 goals in 32 games before being bought by Huddersfield Town on January 30, 2017.
Quaner 29, was one of the players courted by former Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah and he made an appearance at the team's training grounds at Presec-Legon prior to the AFCON qualifier against Kenya.