SIMON GRAYSON hailed Huddersfield Town’s best performance since he became manager – and insisted there’s no way he will allow any complacency ahead of tomorrow’s big League I play-off semi-final second leg at the Galpharm.
Goals from Jordan Rhodes and Jack Hunt have given Town a 2-0 advantage and great chance of earning a sixth trip to Wembley for the club.
And Grayson, a League I promotion- winning manager with both Blackpool and Leeds, said: “Given the circumstances I would say that this is the best performance of my short reign here (tomorrow’s will be his 18th match since replacing Lee Clark in February).
“We are delighted that we have won and with the level of performance that we showed. We worked extremely hard over 10 days on the gameplan and our individuals stuck to it.
“As a team we broke quickly and passed the ball around very well and the players did what we asked them to do, which is great for a manager.
“But we are still very wary of the opposition, which we have to be because MK Dons are a good team.
“Ian Bennett’s brilliant late save (from Jabo Ibehre) to keep a clean sheet was a warning for us.
“We need to be focused physically and mentally in our preparation because we haven’t achieved anything yet.