Former Leicester City centre-back Danny Simpson's search for a new club might be coming to a complete halt very soon according to Leicester Mercury reports.
Simpson has been spotted training with English Championship side Huddersfield Town in recent weeks and reports suggest that he may have impressed his way to a contract.
The 32-year-old has been a free agent since his departure from Leicester during the summer transfer window.
The Mirror are of the belief that Huddersfield could be set on signing him as new manager Danny Cowley has shown interest in the defender's services.
Cowley told the Yorkshire Post in the last week: "Danny has trained with us this week.
"We obviously know he is a very good player and we have really enjoyed having him with us.
"Danny is a player with vast experience, he was a massive part of the Leicester City changing room.
"He played a pivotal role in that changing room and on the pitch. He had a fantastic influence on the young players at Leicester.
"I look at the qualities he can bring to us on the pitch but equally as important are the qualities off the pitch, and I think he would be a really good fit."
"There is a long way to go to get anything agreed between both parties.
"You never know in football but it's not something we anticipate."
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