David Wagner wants to see greedy players when Huddersfield Town host Wolves.

The John Smith’s Stadium club are seeking back-to-back wins for the first time since the German became head coach in November.

Town, who are 17th, impressed as they won 2-0 at Nottingham Forest last Saturday.

Wagner wants a repeat performance against Kenny Jackett’s 12th-placed team.

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But he says Town must be totally tuned in as they aim to condemn Wolves to successive defeats after they went down 2-1 at home to Preston North End, making it five games without a win for the Molineux side.

“We must keep doing the things we did last week,” he said.

“That means we have to be focused on our game and our identity.

“We must use any spaces we can find and hurt our opponents in the right moments.

“I want my players to stay hungry and be greedy for another step in the right direction.

“Let’s confirm our good performance at Nottingham.”

Sky Bet Championsip - Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town - Town take the lead through Matt Mill's own goal.

Wagner confirmed he has called on the knowledge of Town’s head of football operations Stuart Webber, who joined from Wolves last summer, ahead of a game which will bring £2m ex-Town midfielder Conor Coady back to the stadium.

“We have good information from our scouting and from Stuart because of his time there,” said the boss.

“We are well prepared, and we aren’t thinking about their recent results, more about the dangerous players they have.

“They will bring a strong side, and we must be at our maximum in as many areas as we can.

“Our focus must be on finding our identity very early in the game and making sure everyone feels the responsibility for defending.”

Wagner can call on on-loan Forest forward Jamie Paterson, who was ineligible against his parent club, while striker Ishmael

Miller is back in training after a knee problem.

Sean Scannell (knee) and Emyr Huws (ankle) remain sidelined.