TOWN supporters wanting answers about the club's finances have had a "constructive" meeting with chairman Ken Davy and director Roger Armitage.
And they will relay details to fellow fans at a public meeting before tomorrow's home game against Brentford.
It will take place at Turnbridge WMC on St Andrews Road (next to Huddersfield Accident Repair Centre) and starts at 1.00.
Marcus Middleton, below, spokesman for the Fight For Answers group, said: "On Tuesday, myself and a colleague were invited to attend a face-to-face meeting with Ken Davy and Roger Armitage at the Galpharm Stadium.
"The meeting lasted a couple of hours and was very constructive.
"We have called a public meeting for tomorrow, when we intend to inform all those that attend of the outcome of Tuesday's meeting, when a large number of questions were answered.
"We hope as many people as possible have the opportunity to attend, and to try and progress relations between the club and its fans."
The FFA group emerged earlier this season, handing out leaflets before the home match against Brighton in October, then again before the game with Scunthorpe in November.
They questioned how Town's finances are being handled in relation to the Giants rugby league club, Huddersfield Sporting Pride and stadium development company KSDL.
The leaflets made a series of statements about the running of the club - in particular about Davy, the owner of both Town and the Giants.
The protesting fans wanted to know how the rent each club pays to KSDL is decided, what Town's income, expenses and debts are and how takings from advertising and boxes are spent.