What did you make of Huddersfield Town's performance in the 1-0 defeat at Bolton Wanderers?

In a fairly even contest, Davies struck the crossbar for the hosts early on, with Nahki Wells going closest from a Town perspective in the first half with a low snapshot which was well turned away by Bolton goalkeeper Andy Lonergan.

Jacob Butterfield passed up a wonderful opportunity to break the deadlock from close range as Lonergan smothered before Davies grabbed the all-decisive goal with a clinical finish from a Liam Feeney pull-back.

We collated your ratings from our player ratings scale below to see who stood out and those who failed to turn up in Town's third away defeat on the bounce.

 

Also take a look above in our gallery to compare your ratings with ours, provided by online sports content writer Tom Marshall-Bailey.

And see our chart below to assess who you voted as the best and the worst performers from the game as well as reaction from supporters as Town's poor away form continued at the Macron Stadium.

Bolton Wanderers 1-0 Huddersfield Town fans' player ratings

All numbers from Trinity Mirror Data Unit

Once again Town failed to be up for the battle. Nahki Wells is not a Championship goalscorer, he misses too many chances. Lynch is now injured,time to play Wallace alongside Hudson which is not a bad thing and I do wish Powell would stop messing with the side. Ward is not good enough, get rid in January. We need to start battling for the shirt or we will be back in the bottom three so come on Powell wake up and stop being so naive. - Derek, Linthwaite.

We are not dictating play and going for it. Midfield not tenacious enough, need more self belief. - Ian, Harrogate.

Poor again. Got to take chances. We are going down and Powell was a bad appointment! - Dan, Lindley.

This was a poor game with little between two poor team displays. Since Poyet was introduced we look unbalanced in midfield and he offers little to the team. Our front two of Holt and Wells made little impact on the game and we will have to play much better to get a result next week against Brentford. - Allan, Liversedge.

Out thought and outmuscled out of the game. - Jay, Slaithwaite.

Poor game. Town have lost their way since beating Forest. Smith needs dropping, he can't even take a throw in. Midfield has gone to pot and frontmen couldn't hit the front of the railway station. Big week for the management team, sort it out because we're looking like struggling to stay up again. - Danny, Outlane.