HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Lee Clark will be looking to fine tune his team as they take on Scunthorpe United at Glanford Park in their final pre-season friendly tomorrow (3.00).
Clark will take a first team squad to face the Championship outfit and he is eager to see more progression as they prepare for the League I season’s opener against Notts County at Meadow Lane on Saturday, August 7.
“Basically we will be looking to move things on as the start of the season gets that bit closer,” said Clark.
“Really now it is about nailing a few details down and looking at the season’s start.”
Town played a behind closed doors internal warm-up match in midweek and Clark, who reported that there were no further injury concerns amongst his squad was pleased with the work out.
“In terms of the squad we are as we were before,” said Clark.
“The game we had went very well but we take things on towards the season tomorrow.”
Former Town defender Robbie Williams, who was released by the club at the end of last season, has been offered terms by Scottish Premier League outfit Aberdeen.
Dons boss Mark McGhee was hoping to tie up the 25-year-old, who made 81 appearances for Town, before the weekend.
The Galpharm Stadium tomorrow hosts Championship outfit Burnley as they play a pre-season ‘home’ friendly against Premier League Stoke City.
The Clarets have moved in to Town’s home due to work on the Turf Moor pitch and Burnley boss Brian Laws will bring a 25-strong squad, including all the club’s new signings, to Huddersfield.
Almost certain for a run-out is goalkeeper Lee Grant, signed on a three-year deal from Sheffield Wednesday this week.