Jonathan Hogg made history by becoming the first Huddersfield Town player to complete a ‘bleep test’.
Used to measure fitness levels, the test involves running continuously between two points a set distance apart. The runs are synchronised with bleeps which sound at set intervals.
As the test proceeds, the interval between each bleep reduces, forcing the athlete to increase speed over the course of the test, and completion is rare.
The 24-year-old midfielder joined Town from Watford this summer and has missed just one of the seven Championship and Capital One Cup games so far, because of illness.
Without a game tomorrow because of the international break, Town return to action when they host Doncaster next Saturday.