Hogg makes Town pledge
Jonathan Hogg says he and the rest of the Huddersfield players are fighting for their futures at Liverpool tonight.
With Town already relegated to the Championship, some may suggest the team that takes to the pitch at Anfield this evening has little to play for.
However Hogg says nothing could be further from the truth.
As well as professional pride and the chance to shine on a big stage like Anfield, Hogg says they want to be in the plans of Jan Siewert next season and need to impress the head coach.
"You're still playing for the manager's opinion. You need to try and impress him to make sure you're in his plans for next year," Hogg said.
"If you don't perform it puts a negative little bit of doubt in his head that you might not be what [the club] need.
"So you need to try and keep performing to the best of your ability because next year's going to be massive for us again."
After tonight's game Town wrap up the season with a home game against Manchester United and a trip to Southampton and will be looking to go out on a high.
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.