LINCOLN chief Keith Alexander didn't waste any time starting the mind games ahead of Wednesday's return leg.
He promised the Imps would be coming to, "have a go" at the McAlpine and believes they can reach a second successive final.
"We are only 2-1 down, away goals don't count double and we are looking forward to the second leg," said Alexander.
"If Huddersfield think they've won it then great. We haven't produced the goods at home of late, so we'll have to go away and do it.
"We have to stop conceding goals from set pieces - I was disappointed with both - and we have to improve on our finishing, which was poor.
"But I was delighted with the performance overall, I think we had by far the better chances in the match and we are looking forward to the second leg."
Lincoln may be without injured Peter Gain.