Terriers pounce for Flynn

Midfielder joins Huddersfield on two-year deal

Flynn: Huddersfield move

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Former Blackpool midfielder Michael Flynn has joined Huddersfield on a free transfer.

Flynn was released by the Seasiders at the end of last season and has been on the lookout for a new club over the summer.

He has now linked up with Stan Ternent's Terriers after agreeing a two-year deal and passing a medical.

Ternent is excited to have captured the 27-year-old and believes he should be successful in League One.

"He's a player that I've tracked and he's been on my hit list," Ternent told Huddersfield's official website.

"He is an attacking midfielder with Championship experience and a proven record at getting goals from midfield.

"I signed him from Wigan when I was at Gillingham and I know he will make the squad stronger and add more competition for places."