SIMON GRAYSON insists he’s the right man to turn around Huddersfield Town’s season and ensure Championship survival.
The experienced boss enjoyed a third promotion from League I when he led the John Smith’s Stadium side to play-off glory at Wembley in May.
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And in mid-November, his team were among the top six in the second tier, with all the talk of a possible push for the Premier League.
But Town have slid to 18th in the second tier after going 12 league games without a win – and Saturday’s 4-0 setback at chilly Watford, where staff and fans cleared snow from the pitch to ensure the game went ahead, has turned up the heat on the former Blackpool and Leeds boss.
Grayson, appointed by chairman Dean Hoyle (left) to succeed sacked Lee Clark last February, said: “You never know what’s around the corner in football.
“I have a good relationship with the chairman, but I’m certainly not immune to difficult decisions.
“But I’m certainly not a quitter, and if I have anything to do with it, myself, my staff and my players will keep working very hard to turn things around. I’ve been in situations like this before and come out the other side.”
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Grayson, whose side are seven points above the drop zone, added: “I still believe in the group I have and we are still the right side of that line at the bottom.”