Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner has hit back at critics who have suggested his side have a problem taking goal chances.
After earning promotion to the Premier League last season with a negative goal difference, Town face Burnley this weekend having found the back of the net only once in the previous four games.
Speaking to the press ahead of Saturday’s game, a defiant David Wagner said: “I don’t think there is a striker problem.
“We have shown our threat in the offence so far and are creating some very good opportunities.
“Perhaps we are not as clinical as we’d like to be but that is part of the game and I don’t think I have to change too much.
“I don’t know why there are question marks over our attacking game and how clinical we are.”
Wagner also unequivocally denied any suggestion the sale of Nahki Wells to Burnley at the end of last month’s transfer window had left his squad a forward short, before going on to say he had alternatives with Elias Kachunga, Abdelhamid Sabiri and Rajiv van La Parra.