Danny Ward is keen for Huddersfield Town to end to season right
- Danny Ward reflects on the Huddersfield Town’s 2020/21 campaign
- Forward wants a positive result this weekend against Reading
- Town’s no.25 eagerly awaiting the return of Town fans
Huddersfield Town forward Danny Ward says the Terriers are looking for a positive result as they travel to Reading this Saturday.
The Royals are the opponents for Town’s final game of the 2020/21 campaign when the two sides meet this Saturday at 12.30pm in the Sky Bet Championship.
The forward reflected on Town’s season as well as how he has found this campaign on a personal level.
“It hasn’t been the best season, it’s not where we wanted to be.
“On a personal level it has been a bit of a nightmare with injuries meaning I have not been able to contribute and play as many games as I would have liked to this season,” the forward said during Thursday’s pre-Reading press conference.
“I wanted to be available to play every game but unfortunately that hasn’t been the case, next season I have to put that right and show the fans what I’m about.
“Now it is about looking forward to next season and preparing right so we do not find ourselves in this position again.”
Over the last few weeks, Wardy has been playing more minutes for the Terriers and explained how he’s now feeling physically.
“I’ve felt I am in a good place after my last injury. I feel good going into games and training which is brilliant for me on a personal note.”
Town’s final game of the 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship campaign sees Town travel to Reading. The forward explained why he wants a positive end to the season.
“We want to win every game that we play whether there’s anything riding on it or not, there are still three points there for the taking and going into games not wanting to win is not what we are about.
“Every player wants to come off that pitch with that winning feeling.
“Getting those three points will give us something to build on going into next season.”
Town’s no.25 also stressed the importance of the Town fans and is keen for them to return to the John Smith’s Stadium.
“Getting the fans back in the Stadium is definitely one thing I’m looking forward to as you miss the atmosphere and the energy that they create.
“It just isn’t right without the fans so once we are finally playing in front of them again it will be a nice relief.”