TOWN fans who have been demanding answers about the club's finances say they now have more confidence in club chairman Ken Davy.
A group of supporters going under the name Fight For Answers met Mr Davy to discuss fans' concerns about the way the club was being run.
Fight For Answers relayed what happened at the meeting back to their fellow fans at Turnbridge Working Men's Club on St Andrew's Road before Saturday's game against Brentford - which Town lost 2-0.
Robert Wood, of Fight For Answers, said they came out of the meeting feeling more confident about Mr Davy.
He added: "Ken Davy is a good businessman and I personally have more confidence in him now."
Fans at the packed meeting said they still had concerns, but were more confident in the chairman now that he had started a dialogue with supporters.
Fight for Answers had been pushing for information from Mr Davy since October and November, when they staged leaflet campaigns at Town matches.
On Saturday they took fans through answers to the 19 questions they finally got to ask Mr Davy.
The questions centred on how Town's finances were being handled in relation to the Huddersfield Giants rugby league club, Huddersfield Sporting Pride - the umbrella organisation for both clubs - and stadium development company KSDL.
FFA asked Mr Davy why the rent Town were paying was having a detrimental affect on the club's finances.
They were told that the formula for working out rent could not be changed.
The amount of rent paid is based on the number of games the club plays at the stadium and the attendance at those games; the higher the attendance, the higher the rent.
The fans also asked what happened to income from advertising.
They were told advertising was sold by each club, which used it towards their own share of the rent.
The group's members also asked whether Town had a realistic chance of being a top 30 club by 2008.
They were told that manager Peter Jackson had been told his target for this year is to get the team to the play-offs.
Mr Wood told the fans: "Ken Davy said there was every chance and they are striving for it, with a bit of luck."
Fight For Answers members said they had achieved what had they set out to do.
But they promised to keep a close eye on the running of Town and take action again, if needed.