There’s a huge flood of congratulations at the John Smith’s Stadium for head coach David Wagner.

Town’s 1-0 home win over Wolves made it back-to-back victories for the first time since he took charge, and fans are hopeful of a third straight three-pointer at MK Dons.

While Nahki Wells’ goal, his 13th of the season, sealed victory in a game of few chances against Wolves, supporters were impressed with the team work ethic and attitude.

Terry, from Lincoln, summed up the thoughts of many.

“A good performance, particularly first half, against a big, physical and well-organised team,” he said.

“Lynch was excellent and Hogg very good, tidying up and ball-winning in midfield.

“It is a good time to be a Town supporter. I am quite optimistic for the future for the first time since promotion to the Championship.”

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Bill, from Birkby, explained: “If I was Wagner, I’d be more pleased with the win against Wolves than last week against Nottingham Forest.

“Wolves got their tactics spot on, not letting us pass out from the back and being aggressive when they’d made us play long.

“But we battled and scrapped and willed the victory. Steer, Lynch and Billing all excellent.”

Stephen, based in Lepton, wants fans to back chairman Dean Hoyle’s upcoming season-card offer.

“Steady progress, much to look forward to,” he said.

“Please back the chairman with the season tickets, it looks as though he has got it right, best football seen in Huddersfield for a long time.

“With a few additions to the current squad, anything is possible. Fingers crossed.”

Liversedge-area fan Allan added: “While the chances were few and far between, we were patient and stuck to our game plan.

“A few months ago we would have either lost or drawn this game, however, defensively, we were excellent. Lynch and Billing were stand-out players for me.”

Dale, from Newsome, reckons Town are learning all the time under their new German boss.

“Not only playing high tempo football, but showing grit and determination to see a game out,” he ventured.

“Next season could just well be the one for us. The best football witnessed by myself in the 45 years of watching Town.”

Pete, who travels over from Crewe, agrees.

“The manner of the win over Wolves is what the championship is all about,” he said.

“Hard working right from the off, never took the foot off the gas.

“A transformation is taking place at Town – can’t wait to see this team develop. The future is bright, it’s blue n white!”

Frank, of Salendine Nook, picked out Joel Lynch as superb and reckons both Matmour and Husband are “promising” additions.

Chief, from Shelley, also picked out Lynch and reckons James Husband had his best game yet for Town. Billing and Hogg were his pick in midfield.

Chris Green, from Dalton, felt Town should have won by more, while Kim from Golcar praised Town’s passing and Billing’s maturity.