David Wagner says he is still not looking at the Premier League table, despite the fact that Huddersfield are no longer bottom of it. The surprise 2-0 victory at Wolves on Sunday was only Huddersfield’s second of the season and helped the Terriers climb off the bottom of the table and climb up to 14th spot.
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The Terriers dropped to 15th on Monday night as Newcastle won at Burnley, but the leap up shows just how tight the relegation scrap is and they could soon drop back down.
Wagner was delighted with the win, which came courtesy of two Aaron Mooy goals, but he is not getting carried away and says Town just need to focus on their own form rather than look at the table or anyone else. “I am not focused on the table at this stage of the season,” he said.
“The truth is now we have 10 points after 13 games. We have to take everything we can get, but it’s all about points and wins.”
Next up is a home clash with Brighton and another good chance to pick up three crucial points.