Goal-scorer Harry reviews the 2-0 home win over QPR
- Harry Toffolo reviews Town’s 2-0 win over QPR
- The left back scored his first goal at the John Smith’s Stadium
- Harry delighted to see work in training pay dividends
Harry Toffolo was delighted to see the team’s tireless work in training pay dividends in today’s 2-0 Sky Bet Championship win over Queens Park Rangers.
The 25-year-old scored his first John Smith’s Stadium goal – and his third for Town – to put his side two goals ahead at the interval, reflecting a dominant performance from the Terriers.
Asked post-match for his assessment of the game, he had one immediate response!
“Knackering!” he smiled.
“We matched them man-for-man today and we ran all over them, I thought, in the game. We showed our fitness and the hard work we’ve been putting in on the training pitch.
“To be able to get a clean sheet and a win at home is massive as well. We’ve got another home game coming on Tuesday and it’s important for us to build on this and go back-to-back. You know what can happen in this league when you go back-to-back.”
Harry’s goal was typical of the style that Town have shown under Carlos Corberán; a sweeping team move that cut through the opposition to find his buccaneering forward run.
“It was lovely, because we’ve been working on that a lot,” he continued.
“We’ve been working on the movements and it’s good to see that come to fruition. To be able to come out and do that in the game is fantastic, because at the end of the day you get judged on what you do on a match day.
“I think Lewis and Josh are fantastic players, and it’s a joy to be able to play with them every week. Whoever else steps in does a great job as well.
“We just want to keep getting on the ball and creating opportunities. Josh got a goal and an assist today and he’s having a phenomenal season; if he can continue to do that, it’ll help the team.”
Toffolo is delighted that the hard work being put in at Canalside is bearing fruit on days like today.
“We work tirelessly all week for moments like that and to get the three points is a massive joy. People don’t see it, but we work really, really hard. It’s now starting to show.
“We want to continue to do that and have a strong mentality, which comes from the Head Coach and his coaching staff. We will continue to work hard, do ourselves justice and do the football club justice.”
Watch Harry’s interview below on HTTV!