HUDDERSFIELD Town notched their second successive six goal rout as they demolished Wycombe Wanderers 6-0 in front of the Sky cameras.
Skipper Peter Clarke led the way scoring the opener before adding his second after the break as Town cut loose.
And he was generous to a fault as, rather than claim a first ever hat trick in first class football, he allowed Theo Robinson to get back on track on the scoring front letting the striker - a half-time substitute for Lee Novak who had taken a bang to the head and was removed as a precaution - take a penalty seven minutes from time to complete Town's tally.
Anthony Pilkington had also netted but it was Town's second goal that summed up just how classy the Terriers performance was.
An astute throw from goalkeeper Alex Smithies freed Michael Collins on the left and a slick passing move saw Pilkington set up Gary Roberts for a smart finish.
Town are looking very impressive at home and they are certainly attracting attention with no fewer than 26 scouts in to watch Lee Clark's side, with ten representing Premier League clubs - Blackburn, Bolton, Chelsea, Everton, Fulham, Hull, Manchester City and United, West Ham and Wolves deeming the Galpharm well worthy of a visit.Related content
Full match report and reaction in Monday's Examiner.