Huddersfield defensive midfielder David Edgar says that he is enjoying plying his trade at Chris Powell’s Huddersfield Town, and he wants to start turning draws into wins.
They managed to do so against Reading on Tuesday night, scoring three times and keeping a well earned clean sheet. The Terriers had drawn the previous two games in the division.
Edgar’s defence has done their bit, with two clean sheets in their last two games against Reading and Cardiff, and he says that his side can go to Charlton tomorrow and get a result.
Edgar told the Huddersfield Examiner: “Why not?
“We have kept two clean sheets in as many games, we have shown we can perform away from home, and we will go to Charlton confident and with a plan.
“If we all do our jobs and keep our concentration levels right, we can get three points.
“I’m enjoying my football.
“I like playing as a defensive midfielder, which I have also done since being here, but I’m happy to do whatever the manager asks.”
The 27-year-old is yet to beat Charlton this season, drawing 1-1 with them in the first half of the season with Birmingham City, but he hopes he can change the result with Huddersfield, who he is currently on loan at.
Harry Bunn got the opener within 10 minutes against Reading to give Town an early lead. Nahki Wells then doubled the lead 10 minutes into the second half before Ishmael Miller sealed an emphatic win in the 74th minute.
Huddersfield are now up to the top half of the table in 12th place and have accumulated 42 points this season under Chris Powell, in what has been an impressive season for the club.