Huddersfield Town hit the top of the Championship table with a Yorkshire derby victory over Barnsley on Saturday.
Jonathan Hogg struck the winner in the 92nd minute after Chris Lowe's wonderful first-half strike was cancelled out after the interval by the Tykes' Alfie Mawson.
The Town faithful were overjoyed with their side and praised David Wagner for his game-changing substitutions yet again, but the fans still have reservations over captain Mark Hudson.
Graham from Huddersfield said: "Another decent performance against another quality team. This is a tough division and to see Town at the top is a proud moment for all concerned.
"Wagner has finally got all the components of a side that is going somewhere and I love his quote 'There are no limits'.
"Lowe and Kachunga were both brilliant against Barnsley. Hope we can hang on to Nahki Wells, that will again show our ambitions if we can.
"Dean Hoyle must be a happy man now that his plans are finally slotting into place. UTT."
Chief from Shelley shared Graham's optimism. He wrote: "A determined team display with a never say die attitude with a desire to keep going right to the end shown by high fitness levels.
"Town are now showing we can compete at this level not getting carried away but a promising outlook.
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"Still need another striker whether Wells stays or not. Bring on the Wolves!"
Although most fans were positive after the derby day win, there were a selection of fans who were worried by the side's inability to nick a second goal in the opening 45 minutes - but still pleased at Town's standing in the Championship table.
Gary from Holmfirth wrote: "Dominated first half, but got to be clinical on our finishing - could have easily been 3-0 up at half time.
"Bad start to second half conceding early, but Town are a different animal under Wagner - they fought to the very end and got their just rewards. UTT."
And Roger from Kirkburton agreed: "Everything the 20,001 fans wanted in the first half except more goals, Mooy looked tired and not as influential.
"Barnsley came out fighting for the second and we switched off and could have lost it but this set of players just never give in and were rewarded with a late, late winner.
"Top of the league, wow, who would have predicted that? "
Graham from Wooldale was also concerned about the finishing, but was pleased to see the stamina on show.
He said: "Great hard fought win. Need to take more of the chances we create - but winning games late on instead of losing them is all down to fitness."
Philip from London had reservations over the squad's sharpness in front of goal, but was also worried about the performance of the skipper.
He said: "We earned our luck at the end, but it shouldn't have been close, if only we could convert our chances to capitalise on Lowe’s wonderful strike.
"Mainly a strong performance from most of the team but Hudson has been a weak link in every game and Van La Parra looks as though he's going to be a world beater, but no end product - oh, except last week's assist. "
Geoff from Fixby and Eamonn from South Cave were both unconvinced by the captain.
Geoff wrote: "Good performance by Town. We deserved the win. I worry about Hudson. I understand he had a great game at Newcastle but both home games to date he has looked too slow and indecisive.
"Whitehead's first game back was definitely under par by his own high standards. Great progress and terrific atmosphere. Heady times."
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And Eamonn wrote: "Great performance. A little bit slow to start after the break. I'm just a bit concerned about the captain!
"Reads the game well but his aerial qualities and speed to keep up with mistakes and game changing moments is worrying!"
Ian from Newark thought Town were not positive enough in their passing, but praised his side's stand-out performers; namely Nahki Wells, Chris Lowe, Elias Kachunga and Jonathan Hogg.
He said: "Deserved the win because we never gave up, but the possession stats are misleading because there was too much passing across the back. It was attacking at pace which won us the game.
"Wells, Lowe and Kachunga were stars, and Hogg who changed the game."
David from Wyke questioned the team's passing display but backed the boss' substitutions.
He wrote: "Not bad first half, good goal from our best player, poor second half, far too much back passing, and making Barnsley look better than they were, but played to the end and Wagner's sub scored again.
And he summed up many of the fans thoughts with his final comments:"Felt like we got out of jail, but the league table says it all. Workers not dreamers."