Tomorrow marks a fortnight before it all gets underway once more.

The 2014/2015 Championship season is tantalisingly close now for Huddersfield Town as they aim to make progression in this, their third successive campaign in the second tier after promotion in 2012.

The arrivals of Joe Murphy and Lee Peltier have been received well by fans but there is still a need for further reinforcements and fans are waiting for the club to make their next move in the transfer market.

Town have strengthened in two areas though, pre-season has been faultless so far with four wins from four and with a raft of promising youngsters pushing for starting berths, fans can feel rightly optimistic about moving up the league with another few additions on board.

There are plenty of things to discuss about Town looking forward to the upcoming campaign and we have condensed it down into an A-Z format for you to digest our views on the Terriers this season.

A stands for Adam Clayton

Huddersfield Town's 2013/2014 Player of the Year's future needs resolving as soon as possible. Rumours will persist but Mark Robins must decide either way to allow the club to build for a future with or without him as their midfield fulcrum.

B stands for Bolstering

Robins will be fully aware that he still needs to add to his squad for Town to be competitive next season, particularly with the many movers elsewhere in the Championship.

C stands for Cup run

Progression beyond the opening rounds of either the Capital One Cup or the FA Cup would boost the club's revenue and underline the steps Town are taking to become a top Championship force.

D stands for Delivery

Town clearly have the promise and the potential, that was evident often last season, but it is all about acting on that and making it count as much as possible and on a consistent basis.

Town must deliver on their evident promise
Town must deliver on their evident promise
 

E stands for Evolution

With young players coming through and everyone buying into Robins' formations and playing style, the manager will be hoping this is the year his blueprint well and truly pays off for Town.

F stands for Fans

There can be no questioning how key a role the Town fans play in roaring on the Terriers and the players will need each and every one of the club's fanbase in raucous mood once more this season.

G stands for Grinding

One accusation often levelled at Town is that they do not always know how to win ugly and, in order to make a more sustained push for the top half this time around, it is something they must develop quickly.

H stands for Hammill

With the likes of James Vaughan and Nahki Wells to supply in attack, Hammill will presumably be licking his lips at providing the goods and will hope to emulate his tally of 10 assists from last term this time around.

Hammill was the club's top assist creator in 2013/2014
Hammill was the club's top assist creator in 2013/2014

I stands for Individual quality

Town certainly boast some star assets up front and potential golden boot contenders, too, in James Vaughan and Nahki Wells, who both look capable of breaching most Championship defences. Clayton, Hammill, Danny Ward and others can all provide attacking quality on their day.

J stands for John Smith's Stadium

The ground must be Town's fortress this season. Home form is essential for any side but even more so for Town, given they lost as many times on the road last year (12) as 2013/2014 Championship basement boys Yeovil Town.

K stands for Kill off games

Town must learn their lessons from last season and not allowing leads to slip ought to figure highly on the list. Town lost 22 points from winning positions in 2013/2014 and that total is far too high to expect to move up the division.

L stands for Lolley

The January signing from Kidderminster Harriers is being tipped for big things this season and has looked sharp in pre-season. He will be buoyed, too, by his end-of-season flourish at Watford.

Joe Lolley could be a star for Huddersfield Town in 2014/2015
Joe Lolley could be a star for Huddersfield Town in 2014/2015
 

M stands for Manager

Mark Robins is the key behind Town's desire to succeed and the style he has implement can help the club progress this season. Robins has got his side playing good football and believes in what he is doing, which is half the battle.

N stands for Nastiness

Town could use more of a combative edge at times. Too often last season the Terriers were not able to withhold strong, powerful opponents and they need the likes of Clayton, Oliver Norwood and Jonathan Hogg to prove they are always up for the crucial midfield battle.

O stands for Offensive

With Vaughan and Wells potentially lining up together, the attacking verve needed in 2014/2015 should come naturally but Robins will have to ensure he gets the right balance between attack and defence, particularly when using the 3-5-2 formation.

P stands for Progress

Ultimately, this season is about Town trying to improve on last season's 17th-placed finish and proving that they are well and truly some of the furniture in this second division. A top-half finish requires five positional jumps and moving ahead of the likes of Watford and Bolton in the process.

Town's 1-0 win over Wigan Athletic last year was one of their biggest scalps
Town's 1-0 win over Wigan Athletic last year was one of their biggest scalps
 

Q stands for Questions

With just a fortnight to go tomorrow until the new season gets underway, there are still some tangible question marks hanging over the respective futures of several of Town players, while fans want answers on who will be coming in.

R stands for Rivalry

The addition of Joe Murphy was indicative of the competition Robins wants to be able to boast in each position in his squad and he is slowly but surely achieving that.

S stands for Steve Thompson

The former Blackpool coach could prove Town's most important signing this summer if he is able to rub off the wealth of knowledge he has garnered in the game. Arrives with pedigree after Blackpool's Premier League adventure and he will harbour ambitions of getting back there.

T stands for Team

While the likes of Vaughan and Wells at one end, Clayton in the middle and Gerrard and Peltier at the others will attract most attention, Town's progress will hinge on whether or not they can form a good enough collective. Pre-season form and mood in the camp suggests there is.

Town will have to pull together to succeed in 2014/2015
Town will have to pull together to succeed in 2014/2015
 

U stands for Under-achievers

There are members of this squad which must step up and make themselves counted next year. The aim for everyone should be to achieve first-team minutes and Oscar Gobern, Sean Scannell and Jonathan Stead are more than capable of doing so to give Robins some selection difficulties.

V stands for Versatility

The signing of Peltier illustrated Robins' penchant for a player who can operate in various positions and roles, meaning any further signings will have to fit the same criteria in being able to offer the manager multiple options.

W stands for Wells

While Vaughan battles his way back to full fitness, Town fans can rest easy in that they hold another potent weapon up front in Wells. Town's performance could depend on him hitting top form and maintaining it. The prospect of him and Vaughan dovetailing up front is mouthwatering.

X stands for X-rated antics

The in-fighting between Adam Clayton and Martin Paterson, although now water under the bridge, must not be allowed to repeat itself this season but the camaraderie between each member of the team hopefully consigns that issue well and truly to the past.

Adam Clayton and Martin Paterson reference their training ground bust-up as they celebrate Paterson's goal in the win over Sheffield Wednesday last season
Adam Clayton and Martin Paterson reference their training ground bust-up as they celebrate Paterson's goal in the win over Sheffield Wednesday last season
 

Y stands for Youth

While fans will hope further additions will be made in the coming weeks, it is important that the growth of Town's promising cluster of youngsters is not stunted. The likes of Matt Crooks, Jordan Sinnott, Philip Billing Sondre Tronstad, Duane Holmes and Jake Charles should excite supporters.

Z stands for Zeros

Town failed to hit double figures in terms of clean sheets (nine) last season and it is something which needs to be addressed. As previously alluded to, the balance between defence and attack must be struck to leave Town in a strong position at both ends of the field.

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