Huddersfield extend Liam Ridehalgh deal by two years
Huddersfield Town have handed defender Liam Ridehalgh a new two-year deal.
The 20-year-old, who is a product of Town's youth academy, will now remain at the club until 2013.
Ridehalgh signed his first professional terms in 2009 and, before breaking his left foot against Tranmere in April, had made 26 appearances.
Boss Lee Clark told the club website: "Liam fully deserves his new deal at the club, he has played a part in a lot of important wins for us this season."
The left-back added: "It's a great club to be at and it has been fantastic to be a part of a promotion push this season.
"This is where I want to be for, not only for the next two seasons but after that as well."