Siewert hopes for Mounie momentum
Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert wants Steve Mounie to find the back of the net on a consistent basis after his winner against Wolves.
Mounie wasted a few chances before grabbing the winner against visitors Wolves in midweek.
The Benin striker has managed just two goals in 23 Premier League appearances this season and Siewert hopes his effort against Wolves boosts Mounie's confidence, and he wants all of his outfield players to contribute more in attack.
"I enjoyed that Steve scored because strikers need that feeling," he said. "It is not easy when not scoring. This gives him momentum. Karlan [Grant] scored in an earlier game [against Arsenal] and he was close to a second goal.
"The more players in the box posing a threat makes you closer to a goal. That is what I really enjoy. Mounie proved [he can score]. So has Karlan. Everyone has to feel free to score for Huddersfield Town.
"Goals are the salt in the soup. If the soup is tasty, there has to be salt in it. Without a goal you cannot win a game. We are trying to be good chefs."
Huddersfield are comfortably the Premier League's lowest scorers with just 15 goals in 28 games so far.
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