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31 December 2013

Winger previews tough week

Adam Hammill believes the Terriers have the ability to kick on in the New Year on the back of a good end to 2013.

Town have won four of their last eight games and earned impressive draws against Brighton and Derby respectively. 

As a result, the Terriers are just four points off the Play-Offs and Hammill is confident that they can keep heading in the right direction.

He said: “When we have got close to the Play-Offs before this season we haven’t been confident enough to kick on. There is more belief in the squad at the moment and we know that we are a side which has plenty of ability. 

“We have a tough week in store, but it is important that we keep the momentum going.

“We were outstanding against Yeovil and it could have been more than five, but we were disappointed with the goal that we conceded and the manner of it. The win provides us with a good springboard to kick on and hopefully get two more victories." 

Hammill played the assist for Oliver Norwood’s opener in Town’s 2-1 victory over Burnley in late November and believes the Terriers’ can be the first team to beat the Clarets on home soil this season. 

“We know Burnley well having got a great result against them a few weeks back, and we want to replicate that.

“We got amongst them and played with a high tempo,” he added. “We surrounded them in numbers and made them turnover the ball. The wingbacks got forward well and we created space, which created opportunities.  

“It isn’t going to be easy, but records are there to be broken. We need to be tight in defence and if we can keep a clean sheet then a victory is a big possibility. It is important that we have a solid base, which we can build attacks on.”

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