Caretaker manager, Mark Hudson, has opened up on the job he’s currently undertaking at Huddersfield ahead of this weekend’s clash with Luton.
The Terriers are still without a full-time manager after Jan Siewert was sacked two weeks ago. Since then, Huddersfield have lost both league games that Hudson has been in charge for.
They went down 2-1 in Cardiff, before being beaten 2-0 at home to José Gomes’ Reading side, the latter a particularly lacklustre display.
Hudson will be hoping that the side can move out of the relegation zone on Saturday with victory at newly-promoted Luton Town. However, it will be a tough test for the Terriers who are yet to pick up three points in a fixture so far this season.
Speaking to ExaminerLive, Hudson said: “I’m thoroughly enjoying it. I love what I’m doing and I’m giving it all I’ve got. I never run away from anything and I’ll always take responsibility.
“But I’m focused on Luton and we’ll go from there. My main focus is to get the team right and we’ll go from there.
“Obviously I’ve spoken to the chairman about the team but it’s about getting the best out of the team this weekend. Whatever role I’m in I’m committed to the club and giving all I can.”
It’ll be an interesting game on Saturday and one that Hudson will be hoping to win to enhance his chances of getting the full-time job.
It has been a tough start to his managerial career, but that was always going to be the case coming into a club that hasn’t seen a victory in so long.
He just needs a win, that could be the catalyst for the Terriers. You feel one win may create two and confidence could flow. It’ll be tough, but Huddersfield do have the players to be able to perform at this level in the long-term.