DANNY DRINKWATER is desperate to do some overtime this season.
And despite the disappointment of a 1-1 home draw with Charlton Athletic, the on-loan Manchester United man insists Town will be in the League I play-offs.
The 58th-minute Kyel Reid volley which cancelled out Jordan Rhodes’ 20th goal of the season five minutes earlier means Lee Clark’s side are still seventh, three points off the crucial top-six zone with eight games to go.
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Next up are struggling Wycombe Wanderers at Adam Park on Saturday and midfielder Drinkwater said: “We have to start getting the results our dominance of games deserve.
“We worked hard against Charlton and created plenty of chances without getting that vital break.
“You could say we need a bit of luck, but you make you’re own in this game and it’s down to us as players to do that.”
The 20-year-old, watched by Old Trafford coach Jim Ryan in his 27th Town appearance on Saturday, added: “There wasn’t much tempo early on, but you get games like that.
“It’s about trying to impose yourself, and we seemed to be doing that when Jordan scored, but we didn’t see them off as we should have done.
“It was a great strike by their lad, there’s no denying it, but it’s very disappointing not to have won the match.
“The only consolation is that the table hasn’t altered too much, and we’ve got everything to play for in these last eight games.
“I want to help Huddersfield achieve success and I see no reason why we won’t make the play-offs.”
Also present on Saturday was Oldham manager Dave Penney, whose side are the next visitors to the Galpharm tomorrow week.