Mark Robins put Huddersfield Town through their paces on the training ground yesterday with his eye on two potential additions to his squad.
Lynch, on the comeback from groin surgery, played for the first time in six weeks in the Under 21 Development side’s 4-2 home defeat by Birmingham City at PPG Canalside and reported no ill effects to the manager, so he played a full part with the rest of the squad.
Vaughan, too, who missed the 1-1 draw at Reading at the weekend through illness, was given a full run-out on the training ground.
Robins says there’s a positive feel about the place as Town approach home games against Bolton Wanderers and Ipswich Town in the space of four days.
“There were a lot of good things in our performance at Reading – but then I thought we were decent against Middlesbrough last week as well,” said Robins.
“The only thing which left a slight bit of negativity against Boro was the manner of their goals, because we gifted them the opportunities. If we hadn’t, they wouldn’t have scored and we would have won.
“Then you look at Boro’s result at the weekend, when they won at Brighton, and it puts things in perspective.
“We then go down to Reading and there were a lot of good performances and, again, we should have won.
“To perform so well against a top-six side away from home was a positive, but we are a capable side and now the aim is to keep the positive performances going.”
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