Striker reviews Carabao Cup defeat
- Jordan Rhodes reflects on 1-4 loss to Preston North End
- Striker incredibly disappointed in performance
- Watch Jordan’s full interview below
Jordan Rhodes apologised for letting the fans down as Town were knocked out of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday evening.
Speaking to HTTV post-match, the striker gave his thoughts on what needs to change moving forwards.
“It’s a hard question, and one that we don’t know the answer too or else we’d be doing it ourselves.
“It’s just completely not been good enough. That’s from all us lads – we’ve really let the manager down, the staff down, and the fans here tonight who have paid their hard earned money to come and watch us.
“We’ve really not been good enough, and that’s for the first half an hour in three games now, we’ve given ourselves an absolute mountain to climb. It’s just not good enough for a Huddersfield Town team.
“From a fans point of view, you must be incredibly frustrated, and angry, and quite rightly so.
“We’ve just got to try, and believe that we can get out of this situation and work as hard as we can to do so.
“Luckily enough there’s a game coming up in two or three days time in Stoke to try and put it right.”
Rhodes went on to use his experience to highlight what Town need to do to get that momentum going again.
“Hard work and togetherness.
“When things are not going so well, it’s sometimes easier to point the finger and blame.
“It’s important that we don’t do that collectively within the team, we stay together and continue what was so good last year and what we had within those four walls in that changing room was a real team, togetherness, and a good spirit.
“It’s important that we keep that together and we don’t let that break us, because having that together this season will win more games that we lose.”