ADAM CLAYTON wants Huddersfield Town to discard the L plates when they return to Championship action in August.
The midfielder believes the experience gained during an eventful 2012-13 campaign – the club’s first in the second tier in 12 seasons – will be of huge benefit.
“We had a good start and end to the season, but a very poor middle,” said the ex-Leeds man.
“If we’d have knocked those 12 league games without a win down to six, we’d have been around the play-offs.
“In the end we had to fight relegation, and we succeeded in that. Now we have to learn and move upwards.
“It was the first time in this division for us as a group of players, while it had been a while for the staff and fans. We all know what to expect now.”