IF IT'S good enough for Thierry Henry, it's more than good enough for Pawel Abbott!
Town's top scorer took a leaf out of the Arsenal ace's book by netting with a quickly-taken free-kick in the 20th minute of Saturday's 2-2 draw with Colchester.
And he admitted that the inspiration for his 24th goal of the season had come from seeing Henry do the same thing against Chelsea back in December.
"It's been highlighted a few times this season that the rule is that you can take a free-kick quickly," he said.
"Normally the referee asks if that's what you want to do, and I said yes!
"I could see the goalkeeper was out of position, and I just waited for their striker (Greg Halford), who ran in front of me to go into their wall, to move, then went for it.
"I'll take a goal any way it comes, and I'm delighted to have got my 24th."
Colchester bos Phil Parkinson, whose side had gone ahead just a minute before, said he was "absolutely livid" about the free-kick.
He added: "Every Friday we practice defending set-plays where we set up the wall and get a man on the ball asking the referee if he's going to allow a quick one.
"The referee tells me he told Huddersfield they could have that option, but my players swear to a man he said he wouldn't let them do it, so it's very, very frustrating.
"It got them back into the game at a time when we had just scored and were in control, but at least having gone 2-1 behind, we showed the character to get back into it and force a very deserved late equaliser."