LOAN WATCH: Norwich’s Vaughan returns to Huddersfield side with equaliser

James Vaughan returned to the Huddersfield Town line-up to score a late leveler in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Bolton Wanderers.

James Vaughan returned to the Huddersfield Town line-up to score a late leveler in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Bolton Wanderers.

The 24-year old striker, on a season-long loan from Norwich City, started his first match since late October after being sidelined with a thigh problem but was straight back into scoring action as the Terriers dropped to 15th on the Championship table.

Huddersfield manager Simon Grayson was thrilled with the performance of Vaughan who netted in the 87th minute to give the home side a point after Bolton’s Mark Davies and Chris Eagles canceled out Zat Knight’s own-goal.

"We are delighted to have him back in the team. We have seen previously what he can do for us and the quality he has,” said Grayson of Vaughan.

The former Everton man has now netted four times in 10 appearances for the Terriers following goals against Ipswich Town, Blackpool and Wolves so far this campaign.

 

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