Huddersfield Town’s success this season could yet come as a blow to the club, with reports in Germany suggesting manager David Wagner has emerged as a target for Wolfsburg.
Wolfsburg are sitting just one point above the relegation zone in 15th place, and reports from Bild suggest Valerien Ismael will take charge of his final game when Die Wölfe take on Borussia Monchengladbach.
Ismael was only hired on a permanent basis last month after taking over from Dieter Hecking who was sacked by the club in October.
Wolfsburg have stuttered in the opening half of the Bundesliga season having claimed just three wins from the opening 15 games of the season.
In the English Championship, Wagner has lifted Huddersfield to a surprise fourth position in the table, with Socceroo Aaron Mooy a key player in the former Borussia Dortmund reserve team coach’s system.
The potential loss of Wagner, could come as a blow to Aaron Mooy in particular, with the midfielder having credited the manager with his strong form this season.