Jamie Paterson says Huddersfield Town are ready to become the trouble makers of the Championship.
After the trip to Birmingham City come home games against Bristol City and Rotherham United.
And forward Paterson says David Wagner’s men can pose all three opponents plenty of problems.
Defeat by Middlesbrough left Town without a win in six and in the relegation zone, but the Nottingham Forest loanee is plotting a climb up the table.
“It’s a really important spell for us,” said the 23-year-old, who has scored twice in eight appearances (four starts).
“Despite the (2-0) result, I thought we outplayed Middlesbrough, who are up at the top of the league.
“That should give us all confidence for another tough game at Birmingham.
“There’s a lot of positivity around the place given where we are in the table.
“We believe we can face any side in the division and cause them some trouble.”
Paterson says Town supporters can play a big role, explaining: “They were great against Middlesbrough.
“It was the best atmosphere I’ve heard since I’ve been here.
“They kept shouting all the way through and clapped us off at the end, which was great.
“We just need to get that win and I’m sure we’ll kick on.”
Head coach Wagner has striker Ishmael Miller back in contention against Birmingham, where Town fans can pay at the turnstile.
He has missed four matches with a groin problem.