Last Updated: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 13:35
Jazz Richards chose to join Huddersfield ahead of other interested clubs because of the passing game adopted by manager Mark Robins.
Swansea defender Richards, whose equally at home in midfield, has joined Huddersfield from Swansea on a 93-day emergency loan and could feature in Saturday's Yorkshire derby against Doncaster at the John Smith's Stadium.
"I heard about the interest a few weeks ago," Richards told Huddersfield's official website.
"At Swansea I've been looking at possible loan moves as I need to get a few games and there were a number of interested clubs, but when I weighed up my options Huddersfield was the best choice for me.
"I remember playing against Huddersfield for Crystal Palace (during a loan spell) last season and then the passing was quite long, but I know that the team is playing some really good football now; several people told me the style has changed.
"I've spoken to the manager and he explained how he wants the team to play; that drew me in. It made this the obvious option for me.
"I'm looking forward to playing. The manager told me that I will suit the team and he wants me to enjoy myself and do what I do. I like to go forward, get crosses into the box and link up play."
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