Tom Ince on his first goal for Huddersfield Town
- Tom Ince spoke to #HTTV after Town’s draw with Stoke City
- Attacking midfielder on adapting to a new role
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Tom Ince admitted his relief after he scored his first goal for Huddersfield Town in the Club’s 1-1 draw with Stoke City.
Ince put Town ahead after just 10 minutes, scoring his first goal for the Club with his 45th shot of the season.
The attacking midfielder went on to explain how he was frustrated to only take a point from the match, the importance of home form and how recovery between matches is even more important in the Premier League.
Tom also went into detail on how he has been working hard with the coaching staff to get used to the more advanced role behind the striker.
After scoring his first goal for the Club, Tom told #HTTV:
“Yes, I was (relieved), it’s been a long time coming for me. I managed to put the graft and the work in, but the ball just didn’t hit the net for me.
“This was one of the closer ones where I felt if I miss this then I’m never going to score but luckily it went in.
“Of course, it was that looming cloud over me and now that’s gone I have to carry on focusing trying to perform this time and picking up points.
“I never lost my belief in my ability to score goals, I always know that I can.
“Now it’s all about using that confidence and that goal today to kick on and really perform to try and score more goals for this team.”
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