HUDDERSFIELD Town carved out a handy win against Exeter City on Saturday.
But what did you make of the performance?
Below are the ratings from Examiner Huddersfield Town journalist Doug Thomson.
The fans' ratings are on page two.
The experienced left-back, who once again took the captains armband, was a steadying influence. 7
Overcame a couple of early glitches to really impose himself, tackling well and showing neat footwork. 8
Provided an effective barrier to help limit Exeters attacks as well as grabbing his third goal in five games. 8
Made his presence felt as Town competed on the ground and in the air and also troubled the Exeter defence. 7
Never let up as he worked the wings to good effect and was always willing to unleash a shot on goal. 8
Struggled for accuracy with some of his passes, but still provided the ball in which led to Rhodes goal. 7
Goberns central partner got in some vital tackles as Town worked hard to compete with Exeters midfield diamond. 7
Persistence paid off for the striker, who joined up with Scotland Under 21s having hit the 30-goal milestone. 8
Took the game to the Exeter defence and a fat lip showed the punishment he had to soak up. 7
His trademark trickery was on show at times, but does not yet look to be firing on all cylinders after hernia surgery.7
Lee Novak (for Lee, 64mins) 8;
Joey Gudjonsson (for Robinson, 64) 7;
Danny Cadamarteri (for Roberts, 83) 7.
Alex Smithies 6.8
Jack Hunt 8.2
Gary Naysmith 6.8
Jamie McCombe 7.2
Sean Morrison 7.5
Danny Ward 7.9
Oscar Gobern 5.9
Anton Robinson 5.5
Jordan Rhodes 7.0
Alan Lee 5.8
Gary Roberts 6.3
Lee Novak 7.2
Joey Gudjonsson 6.6
Danny Cadamarteri 6.2