Huddersfield Town Manager Neil Warnock speaks in his latest press conference
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- Neil Warnock speaks in his latest press conference
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Ahead of our Sky Bet Championship fixture against Middlesbrough on Saturday 1 April, Manager Neil Warnock updated the press after the international break.
Discussing team news after the international break and the uplift in the atmosphere around the squad.
“Duane has trained on the grass the last few days, but it’ll be too soon for him on Saturday. We might have Duane back for Blackburn Rovers if not before - whereas Waghorn has surprised me and his injury was more cramp so he’ll be involved at the weekend.
"Anthony Knockaert is back with the group, but it might be asking a bit much for Saturday, I'm yet to speak to him.
"Lee Nicholls has been training, he's working hard, and he's been in the gym whenever I have been too so he might get two or three games this season. I've been joking with him about getting to play under me while I'm here this season!
"Nicholls has a real aura about him and there's not much better than him in the league, so it's nice to even have him back around the group.
"Rudoni and Koroma have been excellent in training this past week, so hopefully they get an opportunity at the weekend too.
"I think we bust a few coupons against Millwall and hopefully we can do that again on Saturday.
"You're not going to get any more difficult games in these next three games against Middlesbrough, Watford and Blackburn Rovers, but we'll be making it difficult for those teams too.
"You can sense things, and I felt it that week ahead of Millwall and I still do. When you get a win like that against a good side who don't usually drop points at home, it gives you real belief.”
Looking ahead to our next Sky Bet Championship fixture against Middlesbrough, Warnock said:
“Middlesbrough are the most form team in the league so it will be difficult, but we'll give it our best.
"We have to be strong; we have to be disciplined and stay in these games - we can't let ourselves be too open and get picked off where we are in the league.
"But we can improve on that Millwall performance, get better on the ball and keep it for longer, there's plenty more to come from us."
Watch the full press conference via HTTV on YouTube below.
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