David Wagner praised the persistence which brought his first back-to-back wins as head coach of Huddersfield Town.

A 79th-minute goal by top scorer Nahki Wells, who now has 13 for the season, sealed a 1-0 home win over Wolves and lifted Town to 15th in
the Championship.

"It was a very hard game against a tough and aggressive opponent who made the game tight and denied us space," said Wagner.

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"Today was really hard work for everyone and it was very nice for me to see how the lads stuck to the task and remained focused.

"They never gave up and I think everyone who supports Huddersfield Town can be proud about this performance.

"It's easy to play the game if you create chance after chance and score goal after goal but if it's tight and it's hard work it's no easy.

"The lads did a great job against a well organised team and I was very pleased with the minutes after we scored because we showed we had
learned.

"We had the same situation at Preston where we were 1-0 in front and we made too many mistakes and lost.

"Today we did the things you have to do to stay in front, keep the ball, get corners and free-kicks and try to keep the ball away from your goal."