Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer has moved to complete a deal for former Huddersfield Town colleague Harry Bunn.
The former Terriers forward has arrived at Rugby Park on a deal until the end of the season. He made over 100 apperances for Huddersfield and worked with Dyer whilst at the club, when the Killie boss was assistant manager.
He is Dyer’s first signing as Kilmarnock boss. Dyer was appointed in late December following the sacking of Angelo Alessio.
Pleased to get former Huddersfield man
In an official Kilmarnock announcement, Dyer has expressed how happy he is to be working with Bunn again: “Harry is a very good player, who can create and score goals and I know he will give everything he has for the team.
“He’s a wonderful human being and will fit into our style of play here at Kilmarnock.”
Bunn is a product of the Manchester City youth system. He spent time out on loan at Rochdale, Crewe, Preston, Sheffield United, Oldham and Huddersfield before a permanent Town move.
Following his Terriers spell, the 27-year-old moved to Bury and most recently he was with Southend in League One. Osman Sow, Simeon Jackson and Liam Millar have all left Killie in recent weeks, so this will be a boost for their forward line.