Mark Hudson says there’s no panic as Huddersfield Town prepare to tackle high-flying Brentford on the back of four games without a win.

While Chris Powell’s side have just one point from 12 and have slipped to 19th in the Championship, Brentford are third after five straight victories.

Three of Town’s last four games have been away, their point coming from the visit of Sheffield Wednesday.

They are unbeaten in six at the John Smith’s Stadium – and skipper Hudson says they can make it four home wins for the season.

“Of course we need to bounce back (after Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Bolton Wanderers),” said the centre-back.

 

“But football gives you that chance, and we can’t dwell on Bolton for too long. We’re not going to worry, we’re going to keep doing what we do and work hard.

“We’ll stick together – we’re a good group. It’s far too early to press the panic button. We’re confident that what we’ve got in the dressing room will get results, and we’ll go again. We’ll keep plugging away doing the right things.”

Hudson admitted Town left Craig Davies unmarked to score Wanderers’ winner.

“He’s not going to miss from the middle of the goal, unfortunately,” he added.

“I’m really disappointed. They had two decent chances and scored from one.

“Their keeper made a good save from Jacob Butterfield when he was through.

“And he pulled off a good save from Nahki Wells in the first half too.

“It’s our mistake that cost us, and there’s got to be a stop to it.”