Karlan Grant has completed his move to Huddersfield Town.

The forward who has amassed 21 goals in 98 appearances leaves the club he's been at since the age of 12.

Upon leaving Grant paid tribute to the club, the manager in particular, for his time with the Addicks.

“I would like to thank Charlton for the past 10 years," said the 22-year-old.

"It’s been a crazy journey with some amazing times.

“I would like to thank Bows and Jacko (Johnnie Jackson) this season in particular for helping me grow as a player and also the lads who have been brilliant to me.

“Steve Avory, Joe Francis and Jason Euell have all been there since I’ve started. They’ve helped me through my journey from the academy all the way up to the first team and I can’t thank them enough for that.

“Charlton is a special club and I hope they achieve promotion this season and success in the future.”

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Charlton manager Lee Bowyer who was open about wanting to keep the striker up until the move was finalised, wished the striker well.

"He’s been very good," said Bowyer.

"I wished him all the best. I thanked him for his efforts, for his professionalism.

"He’s wanted to learn and he has learnt.

"Now he’s gone on to do what every kid wants to do and that is play in the Premier League.”

Jan Siewert, head coach of Huddersfield said of their new recruit:

“He’s a player I’m delighted to have the chance to work with.

“Our recruitment team has put a lot of work into bringing Karlan here.

"He is a natural goal-scorer; he has that knack of knowing which movement to make and finishing chances.

“He offers us something different to our current options in that he always tries to play on the shoulder of the final defender, looking to run in behind. He’s an athletic, pacey player and will really fit our playing style.

“He’s only 21 and he will improve here, for sure; he’s an exciting English talent, for sure. He can play a big part in this Club’s present and future.”