Huddersfield Town manager Mark Robins singled out his crop of talented youngsters for praise after his side strolled to a comfortable 4-1 friendly win over Guiseley on Monday night.
Robins watched on as goals from Duane Holmes, Harry Bunn, Oliver Norwood and Jake Charles made it 14 goals and four wins from four in pre-season for Town so far.
As well as Holmes and Charles, the likes of Matt Crooks, Philip Billing and Jordan Sinnott all impressed under the watchful eye of Robins, who feels the club are profiting from the 'one club' setup in place at PPG Canalside.
“The young lads were very good and their ability was there for everyone to see (at Guiseley),” he said.
“You can see there is an ethos and way of doing things running throughout the club now. It’s taken us 12 months but there is a ‘one club’ mentality and vision and the senior players should be mentors for the younger players coming through. We have some good lads here, without a shadow of a doubt, good players who are also good human beings as well and are prepared to help their mates.
“We’ve got very talented individuals here in the attacking third of the pitch who can stick the ball in the net – it’s when we don’t have the ball we have to be better. We have to win it back as quickly as possible, otherwise it can end up in the back of your own net.”
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