Huddersfield Town can achieve their best finish to a season since returning to the Championship – with two wins.

Over the last 10 matches of the second-tier season, the club’s best record so far is 14 points.

That was when they finished 19th in 2012-13, their first season back, with 58 points in total under Mark Robins.

Town collected just nine points over the last 10 games in 2013-14 – they finished 17th on 53 points – and last season, Chris Powell’s side picked up 13 points from the last 10 games, when they finished 16th on 55 points.

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This season, Town have taken nine points from the last eight league matches, so two wins would take them to 15 points from the last 10 and their best record since winning the play-off final against Sheffield United at Wembley.

Head coach David Wagner will be targeting those extra points against Bristol City on Saturday and Brentford the following week, with Nahki Wells needing two more goals to reach his target for the season of 20 goals.

His 18 is the best since Town returned to the Championship and the highest by a Town payer in the second tier since Marcus Stewart’s 26 in 1998-99.