"We're not getting carried away. We'll keep treating things as if we're fourth from bottom, keep working hard and try to make ourselves better. We'll just concentrate on the next game. We've achieved nothing yet, and I'm not going to start saying what we're going to do. The lads wouldn't do that and neither would I. You can easily fall flat on your face. We'll be positive, enjoy the weekend and work hard to get the right result next Friday. I've got some very good staff here. We're honest, tell players to their face if they're doing something wrong, and they respond. We enjoy ourselves during the week, we're not too serious but we certainly are when it comes to matchdays. The lads are listening and learning, and I keep saying that we haven't done anything yet, but if we keep our performances to the level we showed today then I think we'll do very well. I want myself, the club and the players, both as individuals and as a team, to do well. The players are enjoying their football, and when you're winning it makes things a lot easier."
"It was a different story from Huddersfield boss Peter Jackson who watched his team slip to their second consecutive home defeat. Jackson said, "That wasn't easy to watch, in fact it was horrible, especially in the second half. I don't often say this, but I was embarassed by our second-half performance. There are no excuses. I've told the players how I feel, and I hope they feel the same way I do. We've just got to keep going and stick together. The game was an embarassment to both myself and the fans. They showed their anger and rightly so. I can see why they're frustrated, but to hear and witness the things they're saying is upsetting. It's not the Board's fault. I'm the one who should get criticism. The Board have backed me as much as they can, and without them Huddersfield Town AFC would not be here today. Myself and the players will take responsibility for this."