Huddersfield Town Head Coach Danny Schofield previews next league fixture
- Bristol City vs Huddersfield Town
- Head Coach Danny Schofield holds press conference
- Watch the full conference below via HTTV
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Danny Schofield said that his side have no new injury concerns following the home draw with West Brom, whilst offering positive updates on the fitness of both David Kasumu and Jonathan Hogg.
“No fresh injury concerns from us, everyone came through the last game okay” Schofield said.
“David Kasumu should be back to full training next Monday, we'll be building up his work load this week, so he'll potentially be in contention for QPR.
“Pat Jones missed out through illness, but is improving and should be taking part in full training today.
“Josh Koroma was left out as a tactical decision, we had plenty of numbers in his position and made a different choice.
“Jonathan Hogg will train today with the group for the first time since his slight injury, so we'll be seeing how he gets through that before deciding on his availability.”
Asked about Tino Anjorin after his outstanding first half brace, Schofield said that the performance was no surprise and believes there’s more to come from the on loan midfielder this season.
“We've always known Tino has the quality he showed at the weekend and it’s starting to show, he struggled with his fitness and injury last season after injuring his foot.
“We'll keep working with him and expect him to continue contributing this season.”
Talking about both our last fixture against West Brom and looking forward to our upcoming trip to Bristol City, the Head Coach said that performance were progressing but his side still had areas in which to improve.
“I think it was a fair point against West Brom, we've analysed and learnt from that game and moved on to our next fixture with games coming thick and fast.
“We've got a block of five games coming up, we'll be looking to push on and prepare to win each one.
“Bristol are in really good form, we've obviously watched them a lot and analysed them to see how we can get the better of them in attack and defence.
“Nigel Pearson is a good coach, we know what he's good at and how his side will want to play.
“I think things are moving in the right direction for us, there's positives in our performances but things to work on as well.”
Watch the full press conference via HTTV below.
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