DANNY WARD has vowed to carry on creating as Huddersfield Town aim to underline their promotion credentials with another win at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday.
The 21-year-old winger (pictured right) had a hand in all three goals as Lee Clark’s League I contenders reclaimed second place with their 3-2 win over Brentford.
That followed bright performances by the former Bolton man in the 6-0 demolition of Wycombe and 1-0 home triumph over Oldham.
Now Ward, who wasn’t involved in the three previous matches and was challenged by manager Clark to step up a gear, is desperate to keep up the good work, especially with Gary Roberts now in rehab following a double hernia operation.
Clark hopes Roberts will be back in two to three weeks and is confident he will be “flying” for the run-in.
Meanwhile Ward, who featured as a loan player when Town won 2-0 at Tranmere last season, knows the importance of another win with Town equal on points with the two Sheffield sides.
“It’s going well for me personally at the moment, but most importantly the team are getting results and we want to maintain that momentum,” he said.
“We know we will have to fight for anything we get over at Tranmere, but we showed with our fightback against Brentford that we have some character in the side.
“At two down, we were struggling, but we got a break with Alan Lee’s goal and suddenly the confidence came flooding back and it was them on the back foot. We had equalised by half-time and we kept going in the second half and earned what I thought was a deserved win.”