When Erik Durm signed for Huddersfield Town last summer, he was probably expecting something better than what he experienced.

The Terriers had surprised everyone the year before, staying in the Premier League against all the odds.

Durm arrived hoping to bolster the squad and help the Terriers repeat the trick, but that did not prove to be the case.

The defender would make 30 appearances in all competitions but was unable to aid the club as they finished bottom of the Premier League with 16 points and just three wins to their name all season.

It was a miserable year for all involved with the club, particularly Durm, who has spoken at length about how much he struggled, particularly when it came to bread.

He eventually left Huddersfield this summer in favour of a return to Germany with Eintracht Frankfurt, a decision he told Kicker he is “very happy” he made.

“I am close to home and can visit my family much more often,” he said.

“I’m looking forward to sleeping in and spending a lot of time with my daughter.

“I am satisfied with the way things have gone so far, the first priority is always the team, and at the moment we are doing well. I’m happy when I’m playing.

“Otherwise I support my colleagues, that’s what makes the team; otherwise you should go into an individual sport.”