Huddersfield Town’s Chelsea loanee Kasey Palmer has announced he has returned to his parent club.
The attacking midfielder, who rejoined the Terriers on loan this season after helping them to the Premier League in the last campaign, revealed the news on social media with a heartfelt post in which he thanked the club and fans.
It read: “Unfortunately my time at Huddersfield has come to an end.
“I would like to thank everyone involved at the club, but most importantly the fans for their constant support throughout my time.
— #KP45 (@kaseypalmer45) January 2, 2018
“The memories which I created here will stick with me forever!
“I wish the club all the best in the future.
“Looking forward to the next chapter in my career.
“All the best Terriers.”
In his 31 appearances for Town, Palmer netted five goals – all of which came in the Terriers’ promotion season, but he has struggled for game time this year with a recurring hamstring injury.
However, a brilliant talent, Huddersfield fans were quick to thank him for his services with the Terriers in their promotion campaign:
— Jamie🍺 (@Jamie_Armitage_) January 2, 2018
Thanks for everything Kasey 💙
— Town Bible (@TheTownBible) January 2, 2018
Quality player. Quality person. An absolute pleasure watching you nutmeg every defender in the Championship. Sad to see you go. pic.twitter.com/VrzjkY46O4
— 🔵The Red Terrier⚪️ (@HTFConline) January 2, 2018
You leave with fond memories of your time at #htafc, particularly last season. We’re sorry 😐 it didn’t work out on your return to @htafcdotcom. #bestofluck with your career Kasey wherever you play next and I wish your family all the happiness in the world 👏. #KP45
— Chris Green ⚽️ (@htafc_chris) January 2, 2018
— Michelle Swallow (@MHTAFCR) January 2, 2018
Best of luck to you Kasey! Thank you for all you did for us! pic.twitter.com/uL2qp6efI1
— Richard Kosmala (@superkos) January 2, 2018
Wish you nothing but the best in the future, Kasey. Thank you, sir. Class act – on and off the field.
— Matthew Burton (@MatthewCBurton) January 2, 2018
If you are back down in London, come and join one of our pub sessions, You’ll be very welcome. You’ll always be a Southern Terrier #KP45
— Southern Terriers (@Southn_Terriers) January 2, 2018
Gone but not forgotten, thanks for the memories KP45😀👏⚽🍻 pic.twitter.com/cbeh98TJDm
— Mick Suddaby (@FCS_Mick) January 2, 2018
That goal against Brentford started all this off mate, I’ll always be grateful to you for what you’ve done for our club. You’ve the potential to go all the way mate, best of luck & you’ll always be welcome up here.
— The Kralle (@TheKralle) January 2, 2018