Despite another strong showing in the Premier League, Mooy couldn't prevent his side from succumbing first to the drop, gathering just 14 points in 32 games.

Winning only three matches all season, the Terriers become the second club in Premier League history to be relegated before the end of March. The previous record was held by Derby County, which famously won only one match in an entire top-flight season. 

Mooy has featured in 23 of Huddersfield's matches this season, scoring twice and only notching a single assist. Over two seasons in the Premier League, he's made 59 appearances, registering over 50 passes per match, with a tackle success rate of 64%.

Whether the Aussie will secure a move to another Premier League club is unclear, with Newcastle United a persistent link should Huddersfield allow Mooy to leave.

At 28-years-old and with a patchy season in both form and appearances under his belt, it's unlikely Mooy will command a transfer fee high enough to persuade Huddersfield to sell, unless the club are seeking to rebuild without him. 

If Huddersfield choose to allow Mooy to leave, for either financial or morale reasons, the Aussie could also potentially sign for Cardiff City, Mat Ryan's Brighton or even West Ham - although his age may provide a disincentive. 

A return to either of the big two in the Scottish Premier League, where Mooy kickstarted his European career with St Mirren, also provides a distinct possibility.

Otherwise, potential promotion clubs in the English Championship: Norwich, Sheffield United, Aston Villa and West Brom may also be interested in the Socceroos' services.