TODAY is the eve of what could be the defining season in modern Huddersfield Town history.

A wealthy chairman, a hand-picked squad including players from Premiership clubs, and a passionate manager and fanbase.

But if Town don't go up this season then the advent of the salary cap could mean a different outlook for the seasons ahead.

To recognise the importance of this campaign we've created our Big Kick-Off supplement which is available in printed copies of the Examiner today.

As well as striking pair Jordan Rhodes and Lee Novak speaking about their hopes for the upcoming season we also have an interview with Town chairman Dean Hoyle on why this season is vital for Town plus chats with the manager and new players Oscar Gobern and Liam Cooper - as well as the most comprehensive team-by-team guide to League I anywhere.

Below is a selection of stories from the supplement, just click on the headline to open in a new window.

Also follow @examinerHTAFC on Twitter for the latest Town news.

Jordan Rhodes on what Scotland call-up means for him      

Lee Novak on injuries, League 1 and promotion      

Dean Hoyle on why he welcomes the salary cap but why Town could be League I's hardest hit club

Lee Clark on his new contract, what's happened over the summer and the 'next level' he wants to see

Hull City loan man Liam Cooper on how Alan Lee broke his hand plus his desire to get games

Fancying a flutter on Town? All the odds and bets from across the market ahead of the season

The most comprehensive team-by-team guide to League I next season

Ex-Manchester City man Donal McDermott on tips from Robinho, Tevez and how he sees his game

New Town man Callum Woods on the challenge of a new club

Ex-Southampton man Oscar Gobern on last season's Southampton v Town promotion fight