SIMON GRAYSON says Huddersfield Town fans will see a far sharper James Vaughan against Bolton at the John Smith’s Stadium this Saturday.
The on-loan Norwich striker made his first appearance in eight games as a substitute in Saturday’s 4-2 derby defeat by Leeds.
The cold snap which put paid to the scheduled Under 21 match at Sheffield United scuppered the manager’s plan to give Vaughan further game time yesterday.
But Grayson was able to put the 24-year-old through a full-scale training session at Canalside – and has further work planned for today.
Vaughan had notched three goals in eight Championship games before being sidelined by a thigh injury, and Grayson is delighted to have him available again.
“James was never going to be able to play the full 90 minutes against Leeds because he’s been out so long,” said Grayson, whose side are 15th.
“But it was great to be able to bring him off the bench, and the reaction of our fans showed how much they value him.