Huddersfield Town fans have been compiling a wish list – and here’s why.

They want more performances like that which brought a 2-0 win against Rotherham , they want more goals scored, more clean sheets kept and a couple of key signings in January.

Don’t mistake the mood, however, as pretty much everyone has welcomed the improvement in football and fitness under new head coach David Wagner.

Adi, from Dalton, put it in a nutshell after Wagner’s first home win at the helm clinched by goals from Mustapha Carayol and Ishmael Miller.

Huddersfield Town v Rotherham Utd. John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Mustapha Carayol goal celebration.

“Really enjoyed the game and fully deserved the win,” he said.

“Very optimistic about the future under DW.”

Chief, a lifelong fan from Shelley, is also hopeful for continued improvement.

“Much needed home win and the three points were crucial against a poor Rotherham outfit,” he said.

“A solid yet unspectacular performance, combined with a clean sheet.

“Lynch when fit makes a huge difference to the back four. Hogg was more influential and Carayol put in a shift.

“Good finish by Miller to wrap up the points, and let’s hope for plenty more points during the busy festive period – and at least another striker on the wish list!”

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Paul, from Mirfield, reckons with the right additions to the squad Town could “move on up”, while Chris Green from Dalton weighed in with praise for the way Miller took his goal

“Ishmael Miller doesn’t offer everything in abundance when it comes to being the all-round package,” explained Green.

“That’s always been the case since the day he signed on the dotted line. Nevertheless, it was singularly welcoming to see him ultimately halt his eight-month goal drought – stretching all the way back to April when he netted at Hillsborough.

“The way he calmly slotted home his chance in the one-on-one was indubitably gratifying, because it is not always as straightforward as it looks.

“You need equanimity in those sorts of moments – and that is exactly what he had, hence getting rewarded with the goal.”

Huddersfield Town v Rotherham Utd. John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Tommy Smith.

Tim, from Wigan, felt Joel Lynch was excellent on his return to the side and Aden, of Halifax, agreed.

“Fantastic, just like Lynch – going in the Wagner direction,” he commented.

“Huge team spirit, now six different goalscorers already. Onwards and upwards, only going to get better. Well done Town.”

Frank, of Salendine Nook, also felt Town’s No33 impressed.

“Lynch the key man: the defence is much stronger with him fit,” he said.

“Apart from needless passing from the back, I thought we looked much better.”

Doncaster-based Geoff said it was a good, solid win and went on: “Lynchy great, Holmes brilliant.

Huddersfield Town v Rotherham Utd. John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield. Joel Lynch shot.

“Have not been a fan of Miller, but the lad took the goal well. Need a good forward to hold the ball up and a mobile centre half – team complete.”

Tony, of Salendine Nook, believes the spine of the side needs strengthening, while Roger, from Menston, would also like to see additions in the transfer window.

“Much better, did not allow opposition to dictate at the start (like Saturday against Bristol City),” said Roger.

“Keep this up and we should be fine, but a bit thin on the ground if we get more injuries.”

B Whitehead, of HD9, reckons Town look much fitter than earlier in the season, and SPH of Almondbury praised Wagner for a “brave team selection”.

Much improved. Look much fitter than earlier in season.

Fan Jane, of Oakes, summed it up nicely.

“It’s about time we can see what Town are made of,” she said.

“Please keep this up. Merry Christmas guys!”