Town will survive says ace
Jonas Lossl is experiencing his lowest moment as a Huddersfield player but is confident their fortunes will soon change.
The Terriers suffered a fifth-consecutive defeat on Saturday when they were beaten 3-1 at home by Southampton.
David Wagner's side sit second bottom in the Premier League table ahead of a Boxing Day trip to Manchester United having won just two matches all season.
Goalkeeper Lossl joined Huddersfield from Mainz on loan in the summer of 2017 ahead of their first Premier League campaign before making the move permanent in June.
He said: "It's definitely the worst point we've had in the 18 months that I've been here. But I think we have to show what character we're made of. We have to stand together as a team and as a club as well.
"These guys in the stands are loyal as always and we really do need them. We need them to believe as much as us. We saw in moments in the second half what difference it really makes when all of us stand together.
"I do really think that we can turn this around, because we have performed very well this season, and we have the quality in the team.If we want to turn it around, we need to stay positive. I don't want to go down."
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.