David Wagner spent only a minute in the dressing room with his players after Huddersfield Town’s 4-0 demolition at Bristol City – and he didn’t saya word!

The head coach thought it best to reserve his thoughts on the performance until Sunday’s training session, which came ahead of the Player of the Year awards.

Wagner, water bottle in hand as usual, took a few moments to compose himself before giving his verdict to journalists waiting in the stands.

“After our worst performance of the season we have to show a performance with the right attitude and character (against Brentford),” he said.

“I think we have to give credit to the lads for much of what they have done over the last six months, but we didn’t take our identity onto the pitch in this match.

“We made a lot of mistakes in all areas and we played like 14 individuals against a team.”

He revealed leading scorer Nahki Wells has a knee injury which could keep him out of the final match of the season against Brentford at the John Smith’s Stadium.

But the head coach was seething about Town’s display at Ashton Gate and feels the 933 travelling fans in a gate of 15,791 deserved much better.

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“We had too much distance between our lines, and we weren’t aggressive and strong enough with the ball when we needed to be,” he added.

“There was not enough speed, so we missed more or less everything of our identity.

“When we play like this we have to accept questions about our motivation, so we have to be honest with ourselves and show the right reaction.”