David Wagner believes there are positives to take from Huddersfield’s defeat to Crystal Palace on Saturday. The West Yorkshire outfit were widely tipped for the drop before a ball was even kicked this term and their early-season form suggests that could be the case.
After five games they lie in 18th spot with just two points to their name following Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at home to Crystal Palace.
Wagner felt his men played well at the John Smith’s Stadium, despite not getting a result, and insists that type of performance will eventually bring about their first win of the campaign.
“We have to be strong mentally and split the performance from the result,” the manager told reporters.
“Then we have to keep an eye on what we have to do better then, when we are back in training on Tuesday we can build on the last three performances.
“We know we have to make sure we try to keep a clean sheet and we have to make sure we score goals, but if we perform like this then it will come, I have no shadow of a doubt.”