First-team coach Glynn Snodin has warned Huddersfield Town’s players that they are fighting for their futures ahead of tomorrow’s League One trip to mid-table Preston North End (3pm).
The Terriers’ quest for an automatic promotion place looks over following back-to-back defeats to Sheffield Wednesday and Bournemouth.
However, Snodin is predicting the right response at Deepdale tomorrow as Town look to take fresh momentum into the play-offs with the 52-year-old also admitting that those selected need to impress.
“What we have seen over the last 180 minutes of football is worrying,” admitted Snodin.
“But we see these lads on the training field and they are a joy to work with. we will work with them to put things right on Saturday against Preston.
“The changes we made haven’t worked and the players have been told that they are now fighting for their futures and for a place in the next four games.”
Town sit fourth in the table – 11 points off second-placed Sheffield United but eight clear of seventh-placed Carlisle United, who have a game in hand.