Mark Robins wants Huddersfield Town to play with more freedom when they tackle Championship king pins Leicester at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.

While his side kicked any danger of relegation into touch with Monday’s 2-1 win at Yeovil, the already-promoted Foxes clinched the title with Tuesday’s 1-0 victory at Bolton.

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On 96 points with two games to go, the East Midlands side have set their sights on 100, but former Leicester player Robins wants to leave then frustrated.

Successive wins for the first time in more than four months is Town’s target, and the boss said: “I want to finish the season with a mini run.

“It’s certainly not a case of downing tools because we are safe, but what we can do is play with that bit more freedom.

“In addition, it’s our final home game, and we want to put on a performance for our fans, whose patience and backing has been very important.”

Supporters have until next Wednesday to take advantage of the club’s cut-price season-card offers.

Robins has centre-back Joel Lynch available after suspension as Town aim to deny Leicester a goal for the first time in 32 games.

“They are flying, and it’s going to be a great challenge,” said Robins, who watched Nigel Pearson’s side beat QPR 1-0 last Saturday.

Lloyd Dyer’s 10th goal of the season clinched Leicester’s win at Bolton, with David Nugent their 21-goal top scorer.

Town will run a check on Danny Ward, who was substituted at Yeovil after being left dazed by a collision with defender Shane Duffy.

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