HUDDERSFIELD head coach Carlos Corberan has resigned from his role, the Championship club have announced.

Spaniard Corberan, who guided the Terriers to the play-off final last season, met with head of football operations Leigh Bromby on Wednesday night before quitting his post, with assistant Jorge Alarcon also leaving the club.

Former Huddersfield midfielder Danny Schofield, who returned to the club two years ago to take over the Under-19s side, has been named as their new head coach.

A club statement read: "Huddersfield Town can confirm that Carlos Corberan has today resigned from his position as head coach.

"The 39-year-old was appointed to the role in July 2020 and, following a 20th place finish in his first season, coached the team to the Sky Bet Championship play-off final in the last campaign.

"However, he notified the club of his decision to leave, alongside his long-term colleague Jorge Alarcon, on Wednesday evening."

Prior to joining Huddersfield, Corberan was a key member of Marcelo Bielsa's backroom staff at Leeds.