SIMON GRAYSON says Huddersfield Town will go for the jugular in all the remaining games – starting against leaders Charlton at the Galpharm tomorrow.
Town have had three wins and four draws since Grayson took the Galpharm reins and he’s keen to quickly close a five-point gap on second-placed Sheffield United.
Three points against Chris Powell’s runaway leaders tomorrow would go down nicely with a bumper crowd and a squad the boss believes is more than capable of going up to the Championship.
“We’re positive in our approach and I want to win the remaining games,” said Grayson.
“If it means being a goal down and pushing five men up front for the last 10 minutes then we will go and do that.
“We don’t need draws or defeats at this moment in time, what we need are victories.
“We are still in the mix, very much so, there’s still plenty to play for at the business end of the season and we will be positive in our approach and let’s see where it takes us.”
Grayson says Town’s fans have a massive role to play in helping the club take three points against a Charlton side who have been slipping of late.
“The supporters can make a big contribution, because we all want the same thing come the end of the season,” he said.