HUDDERSFIELD Town's Adam Clayton is confident the club can climb the Championship under Mark Robins.
The Mancunian midfielder is preparing for a fourth successive season of playing his football in the second tier.
He had two campaigns with Leeds after joining them from Manchester City in 2010, and helped Town finish 19th last time around after his switch along the A62 a year ago.
“Last season was eventful to say the least,” said the man who started all but three of Town’s 51 competitive games.
“We had a great start, a very poor middle – which cost the previous manager his job – and a good end, and over the piece, if we’d been offered a haul of 58 points at the start, I think we’d have taken it.
“As it turned out, we went into the final game on 57 knowing we could still go down, but it was a freak season, and the big thing is we survived.
“We need to learn from the experience of last season, and I think we will do.
“At the business end, we performed strongly, scored goals and got victories under the current manager, and that bodes well for next season.
“The Championship is a fantastic division to be involved in, and we are all looking forward to another stab at it. Bring it on!”
Town will find out their fixtures, with their opponents now including QPR, Reading and Wigan, a week on Wednesday.
The draw for the first round of the Capital One Cup will be made a week today.
It will be both seeded, based on last season’s league tables, and also regionalised, consisting of 70 clubs.