Head Coach spoke to HTTV after Town's 2-0 defeat against Everton
- David Wagner on his side's high level of effort despite losing out
- Head Coach still believes the Club can steal points from remaining three
- Listen to David Wagner's full interview on HTTV below.
Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner admitted that his Terriers gave everything but ultimately came up short as Cenk Tosun and Idrissa Gana Gueye handed Everton all three points in HD1.
David admitted his disappointed at the defeat but was also quick to point out that Everton had the clinical quality to come away with the victory.
The disappointment stemmed from Tosun tucking away his side's one and only chance of the first period- a half where Town had looked to have been the better side with the clearer openings of a key breakthrough. It was the second-half performance which the Head Coach also rued and described it as 'not so good'.
The Head Coach followed on to comment that ahead of kick off the Club had 'four match points' acknowledging that the task at hand will have to be achieved against the top quality of three of the League's top-six teams.
When speaking to HTTV, David Wagner commented:
“I think the support in the stadium was incredible. I think we played well in the first half, we showed the effort, attitude, aggression and spirit.
“I think they had one shot and unfortunately this was a goal, we had our half opportunities where we were in dangerous areas, but we wasn’t able to hit the target. The second half was not as good and in the end we have been beaten by a quality team.
“They’ve shown this in their goals and in further situations, like I said two weeks ago this isn’t done. It isn’t done because we lost today, we have three further games against very good opponents; there is no doubt about it.
“A lot of opponents this season have stolen points against the top six, this is what we’ll try to do. If we want to collect points we have to show the effort, attitude and spirit that the players have shown today.”