Huddersfield Town's Adam Hammill reckons taking a point from a goalless draw at Blackburn shows Town have what’s needed to make a Championship challenge.

The former Wolves man, playing in a more advanced role after impressing at right wing-back in previous games, came the closest of any player on the pitch to breaking the deadlock with a first-half back header which brought a fine save from Jake Kean.

“We’re a bit disappointed not to have won, but that shows how we are progressing,” said Hammill.

“In their last two home games, they’d scored nine goals, and we knew if we could keep a clean sheet, which we worked really hard to do, we might be able to nick it.

 

“We defended well, we showed our flexibility by swapping formations and I thought we had the better of the few chances for either side.”