Town’s Head Coach was speaking ahead of Saturday’s game against Nottingham Forest
- Carlos Corberán previews Nottingham Forest
- Head Coach provides update on squad availability
- Watch the full press conference on HTTV below
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Carlos Corberán says his side will make no changes to their preparation for Nottingham Forest, despite the Trentsiders recent struggles.
Forest come to the John Smith’s Stadium rock bottom of the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday, and with a new interim head coach at the helm.
Riding high on a 0-3 away win at Bloomfield Road against Blackpool, Carlos reiterated his happiness with Town’s last victory.
"I'm pleased with Tuesday's result, it's always important to react after a defeat. We knew it would be a challenging game and I was pleased that the players took it seriously and concentrated on small details to improve their approach."
"In the first half there were many good actions, but there were also problems. In some moments there were things we wanted to improve - that will happen in football. In the second half the mentality, concentration, attention, focus and winning mentality changed the game for us."
Updating the press with our latest team news, Carlos provided an update on Rolando Aarons and Ryan Schofield.
"Two or three players have seen the medical staff with little issues after Tuesday's game. We don't think it's anything serious, but they're just being looked at. Rolando Aarons is an option for us on Saturday. Ryan Schofield still has a back problem. We're going to test him today to see if he can be on the bench or if he needs to sit out again."
Turning his attention to Forest, the Head Coach was keen to point out that despite their struggles, Town will be taking this game as seriously as any other.
"Nottingham Forest have a good squad with plenty of options. We can't be thinking about their league position. We are going to prepare the same because they still have the same squad. They might not keep the players in the same positions, but at the end of the day it's the same players. We know whoever they play with we need to know the level of the opposition."
You can watch the Head Coach’s full press conference via HTTV below.
Town fans can still get tickets for the Nottingham Forest game online and at the John Smith’s Stadium ticket office up until kick-off at 3pm. CLICK HERE to secure your seat online!