Keeper blasts Town display
Jonas Lossl says Huddersfield's performance against Bournemouth was unnacceptable but does not know what the answer is.
Huddersfield's latest defeat, a 2-0 home reverse against Bournemouth, has left them 16 points from safety with eight games remaining.
Relegation after two seasons in the top flight appears inevitable and Lossl said their performance against the Cherries just wasn't good enough.
After a long pause, Lossl said: "Can that be my reaction? This was not all right. I don't think we showed enough passion to score, enough aggression.
"I feel a bit empty right now. I feel we really, really made a disappointing effort today."
The Terriers never threatened to add to the paltry total of seven goals they have scored at home this season.
"We did play well in a lot of aspects and of course we tried, but we lacked aggression up front in the final third, not just from the strikers, but everybody, to score that goal," Lossl said.
When asked what could be done to change their fortunes in the final third, the Denmark international added: "That is a big question, which we have worked on all season and we're still working on it."
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.