Former Huddersfield Town striker Dale Tempest feels there’s plenty to feel good about at the club under David Wagner.

Skybet publicity chief Tempest played two seasons for the club in the mid-1980s and has kept close tabs on Town ever since.

He feels summer work on the squad by Wagner and a potential cut-price season-card deal promise plenty of entertainment ahead.

“These are exciting times to be a Huddersfield Town follower,” explained Tempest.

“As a former player, although it’s a long time ago now, I always keep an eye on events down Leeds Road at the John Smith’s Stadium and PPG Canalside training ground.

“It was great to see Town get that excellent win down at Nottingham Forest and, from everything I’ve seen and heard, it was a thoroughly well-deserved win and an accomplished performance.

“I very much like what I’m hearing from head coach David Wagner at the moment, from the head of football operations Stuart Webber and from the chairman, Dean Hoyle.

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And it sounds like the fans are very enthusiastic about the way Town are playing.

“The team are playing with a freshness and enthusiasm and while it might seem ridiculous to say it at this stage, I firmly believe supporters are already looking forward to next season.”

Tempest believes Town fans realise the improved performances will lead to better results consistently.

“Coach Wagner, and the new faces working alongside him, have brought fresh ideas and a positive approach and it’s brilliant to see that coming across in the way the players are performing on the pitch,” he added.

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“Town have some powder dry to help Wagner bring in some of his potential targets in the summer, which is encouraging for the long-term shape of the squad, and it’s brilliant for fans the club have a cut-price season-ticket deal in the offing for 2016-17.

“That should lead to bigger gates and a belting atmosphere at the stadium, and if the team continue to build on what they’ve already achieved in a very short time under Wagner, and get the consistency in good results, then I know just how well the fans will get behind them.

“It promises to be an exciting period going forward for Town, and I’m planning to be across myself in the not too distant future to take a look at how the team are progressing.