JUBILANT manager Peter Jackson believes Town are now primed to re-ignite their play-off push.
Last night's fine 2-1 win at Swindon moved them five places up the League I table to 10th and just two points off a top-six berth.
It's a tremendous tonic for Saturday's trip to Oldham, who have won six on the trot and promise a major test of Town's ability to score successive League wins for only the second time this season.
"I'm just thrilled for the lads because they showed tremendous character last night, we looked fit and strong as a team and we showed all the ability we know we've got," said the manager.
"If we show the same level of commitment and desire over at Oldham then we'll take some beating, and I believe we can take a lot of positives from last night's performance and look to build from here.
"It was a great way to bounce back after the letdown against Wrexham and it would be great now if we could make it back-to-back wins.
"Everyone left the County Ground feeling Huddersfield Town are a good team, which is pleasing, and if we can build on that excellent performance by producing the consistency we've been talking about, then we'll be right back up there."
Pawel Abbott and Chris Brandon got the goals while Town suffered no injuries to add to the Lee Fowler red card which will cost him a three-match ban.
"It was a massive win for us because we were slipping down the table and, now we are back within touching distance, we don't want to let it go," added Jackson, still hoarse from his touchline verbals!
"I got the response I wanted and now I want another good, positive show on Saturday."
Jackson's squad reported today for noon training.