Andre Breitenreiter is preparing for critical talks with Kevin Nagle over his Huddersfield Town future

Huddersfield Town head coach Andre Breitenreiter admits he needs “time to reflect” before deciding whether to commit his future to the club following relegation.

The Terriers sealed their fate on the final day of the campaign on Saturday with a 2-0 defeat at Ipswich Town, who secured promotion to the Premier League with their win.

Town finished the season second from bottom with 45 points from 46 games played and now face a first campaign at League One level since 2012.

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Breitenreiter, who admitted Town needed a “total reset” after relegation, said he needed a “few days” to decide if it was a challenge he wanted to take on.

“We are having these conversations next week. The owner has come to England so we have a few conversations and then we have to think about the whole thing, the project,” the manager told BBC Radio Leeds after Saturday’s game.

“I can give you an answer then, but not today because it’s too early in the season. I want to reflect on the last few weeks and then we decide on the future.

“I appreciate the conversations all the time. We sat very close to each other, with Kevin Nagle, also with Mark Cartwright and Jake Edwards. We deal with things like the last few weeks, we have private conversations first and talk about every detail, then I have to decide, and also the club, if I am the right person for the project. For that we need some conversations, to experience what is possible next season.

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