Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner has piled the praise on Steve Mounie after Monday’s success over Fulham. The Terriers secured their first win of the season during the Premier League encounter, with Timothy Fosu-Mensah’s own goal the difference between the two sides.
While Mounie did not score at the John Smith’s Stadium, Wagner insists his speech at the beginning of the week helped lift the players.
The Benin striker tried his best to help lift the mood in camp and Wagner has praised his attitude.
He told the Huddersfield Examiner: “From the intensity to the fighting spirit, he has given the team exactly what he has to do. “He is one of the proper fighters in our team.
He delivered a speech at the beginning of this week, which was very impressive for me and I used some of his sentences today in our last matchday meeting to make everybody aware of what we expect from each other.
“The players, and Steve, have shown this even if, of course, football-wise, can play better, there is not a shadow of a doubt and we have done it better in the last weeks.”