BRENTFORD chief Scott Fitzgerland praised the workrate which helped bring a "huge win" over Town on Saturday.
The Bees remain in the thick of a relegation scrap, but three straight victories have bred confidence ahead of tonight's home clash with Northampton.
"My teams have to graft. If players won't work, I don't want them," said Fitzgerald, who took on his first managerial job when replacing Leroy Rosenior in November.
"You could see that by the way they threw their bodies in the way of everything."
Fitzgerald, who has fitness worries over both scorers Charlie Ide (hamstring) and Jo Kuffour (calf) said Town worked as hard as his team but insisted: "We had more chances.
"We took both goals well and when you're 2-0 down at home it gets very difficult.
"We closed them down in the final stages, putting five into midfield and making them resort to the long ball.
"The longer it went on the more and more anxious Huddersfield became and I'm delighted with this performance."