Huddersfield Town took an average 1,131 supporters to away games this season.

And skipper Mark Hudson says their continued backing will help drive David Wagner’s team up the Championship table.

Town’s highest away following was 2,317 for the opening-day trip to Hull City, who won 2-0 and ended up being promoted.

There were also more than 2,000 at the games at Bolton Wanderers, Leeds United and Preston North End.

Town never had less than 226, the turn-out for the Tuesday-night trip to Reading in November, when it was 2-2.

The 2014-15 average was 1,129, and Hudson said: “They have been fantastic and they support us through thick and thin.

“I have to take my hat off to them for the effort and expense they go to, and all the players appreciate their support.”

Hudson again apologised for the final two results.

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Town lost 4-0 at Bristol City before a 5-1 home defeat by Brentford.

And the centre-back added: “Hopefully they will look past the last couple of games because that isn’t what we are about.”

Town’s £179 season cards remain on sale.

And tickets are also available for the home friendly against Liverpool on Wednesday, July 20.

It’s £15 adults, £10 Over 60s and £5 Under 18s.