Seven of Huddersfield Town’s eight Championship points have come in their last three games under Danny Cowley as he tries to turn their form around after a disastrous start to their campaign.
The Terriers boss is not stopping there as he has vowed to work “relentlessly” in order to take the club into a better situation and make the fans proud of the team, as per the Examiner.
Huddersfield have hit their first patch of good form over the last couple of games, registering back to back wins against Hull City and fellow Championship strugglers Stoke City.
These victories have taken Huddersfield to 21st position in the League, one of the only times they have been outside of the relegation zone so far this season. Cowley believes that his side are capable of much more.
“We will be giving everything we’ve got to try and give the fans a team they can be proud of again,” Cowley stated.
“We chose this club because of the supporters.
“They supported the club so unconditionally through those Premier League years and we know they deserve a team they can be proud of.”
In addition to this, the manager tried to connect with the fans and show that he knows what the club is about as he added that “Football is always about the supporters.
“Football clubs are football clubs, they are bricks and mortar, but it’s the sense of belonging that counts – it is for the people.”
“We want them to be able to come here, safe and secure, to enjoy their football and be really proud to be a part of something.”