Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner hailed the wonder goal from Philip Billing which sunk Nottingham Forest but warned: "Let's not get
The teenage Danish midfielder kept his starting place after impressing at Preston North End and notched his first senior goal with a late 30-yard strike to seal a 2-0 win after Town went in front through a first-half own goal by Matt Mills .
It was a first victory in six games for 17th-placed Town, who had suffered four defeats in succession, and a first loss in 14 Championship outings for Forest.
Head coach Wagner said: "Philip scored a brilliant goal. I often tell him to shoot. I was satisfied with his performance at Preston, but he
is able to shoot from the second line.
"He did it once before his goal but slipped, but was brave enough to try again. It was a brilliant moment for him, but we have to slow down.
"Philip is a talent and we are proud he is our player, but we have a lot more work to do with him still."
Wagner said a first clean sheet in six games was an added bonus.
He continued: "We did a lot of things right so I am very happy with this performance.
"We spoke a lot last week about what we have to do better, especially in defence.
"We recognise we often win when we get a clean sheet or only concede once because we are good in our offence.
"It is one thing to speak about this and another to bring it onto the pitch, but we did this.
"This was one of the best defensive displays since we have been together.
"Our skipper (Mark Hudson returned after suspension) gave us something stable but it was an all-around effort.
"We have to make sure everyone feels the responsibility for defence and this happened.