Coach Frankie Bunn hailed the resilience of his side after Huddersfield Town Under 21s won the Professional Development League II play-off title.

Jacob Hanson fired an 85th-minute winner to seal a 2-1 win over Sheffield United in front of a bumper 4,018 crowd at Bramall Lane.

William Boyle had put Town ahead on 80 minutes only for the Blades to conjure a quickfire leveller.

“It was unbelievable that they equalised within a minute, but what a response,” said Bunn.

“That’s been the story throughout the season - these lads don’t give up or accept they have been beaten until the final whistle.

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“That was evident again, and they kept on running and believing.”

As well as winning the PDL II North title (United were runners-up and the pair beat Millwall and Charlton Athletic respectively in the semi-finals) Town reached the semi-finals of the Under 21 Premier League Cup.

A penalty shoot-out defeat by Hull City was a major frustration and Bunn explained: “We just didn’t turn up in that game and it irked us all.

“This group of players really care about performances as well as the result, and I think they have put that Hull game to bed.

“Two of our players (keeper Ryan Schofield and Jordan Williams) are still at school, and we certainly have some bright prospects, but we all have to keep our feet on the ground.”