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EMYR RELISHING BIRMINGHAM RETURN

4 December 2015

Midfielder looks ahead to Saturday’s Championship clash

- Emyr Huws previews Birmingham City game
- Wales international played for the Blues during a loan spell in 2014
- HTAFC midfielder wants to gain first result for David Wagner

Emyr Huws is looking forward to his first return to Birmingham City tomorrow, but isn’t looking to do the Blues any favours!

The Wales international made 17 starts for Saturday’s opponents in the second half of the 2013/14 campaign during a loan spell from Manchester City, but is fully focused on completing the job at hand for his current team.

Emyr told htafc.com: “I played against them for Wigan at the start of last season, but Saturday will be the first time I’ve been back to St. Andrew’s. I’m looking forward to it. I enjoyed my spell there; it was a good experience for me and I left with good memories. 

“They’ve done really well this season, so credit to them. However, we’re going there to carry on what we’ve been doing and get the result.” 

Getting the result is now top of the agenda for the Terriers after two impressive performances under Head Coach David Wagner have led to unfortunate defeats.

Huws continued: “I’m really enjoying the change. The Head Coach has put his style of play across to the boys and I think we’ve taken to it very well; that’s shown in our performances. 

“I have to do my defensive duties in the position he calls a number six, but I also have the license to get forward. Hopefully I can get some more goals and help us get a result. 

“I think this style suits the team very well. The players are enjoying it and I think you can see the progress we are making. 

“We just need to get the results to go with the performances now. If we can do that, everyone will be really happy. There’s no reason the results shouldn’t come soon given how good the performances have been.”

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