ONE Town-mad youngster knows his heroes will triumph in the play-off final - because he will be wearing his lucky scarf and bandana.
Huddersfield Town Academy goalkeeper Paul Hagreen, 10 (pictured), goes to every match and has discovered that when he wears his scarf and Efe Sodje bandana Town win.
His dad, Darrell, said the scarf had become something of a legend.
"His friends always ask as soon as we arrive at the ground whether Paul is wearing his scarf," he said. "Against Scunthorpe, my daughter Carolyn was cold and took Paul's scarf off him. We were losing 2-1 and Paul raced to where we were sitting and took his scarf back. Two minutes later we equalised and then soon after scored again. That incident convinced Paul he had to wear the scarf. He will certainly be wearing it in Cardiff."
Goalkeeping runs in the family, as Paul's great- grandfather was famous Town keeper Hughie Turner, who played for the Terriers in the 1930s and played in an FA Cup Final.
ALLEZ le Town! Farmer David Holland hopes to come from France and join his Huddersfield compatriots for the Terriers' play-off final.
David, 56, was brought up in Marsden and went to Colne Valley High School at Linthwaite. He left England in April, 2000, with wife Yo, 39, and son Carey, 15, to take over a 240-acre farm near Gueret, Creuse, in central France.
He and Carey are trying for tickets for the crunch matc.
Despite living in France with 50 cows and 220 sheep, David follows Town avidly.
"I keep up with football results through the BBC on Saturdays to see how far up the table they have gone," he says.
Meanwhile, fans Nigel and Lee Holroyd jetted back from Down Under today to see their beloved team.
The father and son emigrated to Australia from Huddersfield in 1987 but both arrived at Manchester Airport to pick up tickets for Monday's play-off final.
Nigel, 48, and Lee, 24, live in Perth. They've left behind Nigel's wife Julie and daughters Hayley and Stephanie.
Nigel said: "I've been a fan since my first home game, a League Cup match against West Ham United in 1967.
"I remember wagging off school with my mate Tony Coldwell to go to games.
"Lee has been a fan since 1983 and he's been lucky enough to get to more games than me at the McAlpine."