Terriers have their mojo back - Lossl
Jonas Lossl says Tuesday's 1-0 home win over Wolves have given Huddersfield Town a much-needed confidence boost.
Rock-bottom Huddersfield completed a surprise double over Wolves thanks to Steve Mounie's stoppage-time strike as the West Yorkshire outfit picked up just their third Premier League win of the campaign.
The Terriers are still 13 points from safety and fully expected to drop down to the Championship, but that victory has provided the players with a glimmer of hope as the campaign enters its final stretch.
Denmark international Lossl says it was a huge relief for Huddersfield to end their 14-match winless run and insists there is enough belief in the squad to pull off a great escape.
"It (confidence) has been lacking for a while," he said. "It's difficult when you keep losing to pick yourself up but we have done so. We have done some good games and also done some bad games, but now we have finally got that win and while we are not out yet, we still believe."
Huddersfield are back in action on Saturday when they make the trip to relegation-threatened Brighton.
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