Young Terriers continue their Premier League Cup campaign
- Huddersfield Town B Team vs Fleetwood Town
- 7pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium
- Dan Vost highlights the importance of this competition
Midfielder Dan Vost is looking forward to participating in our Premier League Cup game against Fleetwood Town at the John Smith’s Stadium on Friday 10 November.
Kicking off at 7pm, Jon Worthington’s side welcome Fleetwood Town to the John Smith’s Stadium in the Premier League Cup.
17-year-old Dan Vost spoke about his return to training and regaining his match fitness, having just come back from a long-term ankle injury, as well as the support he received during his time on the sidelines.
“I’m happy to be back in full training and rebuilding my minutes during a game.
“Obviously, it’s hard being out for so long and just watching the boys play, but I’m really excited to be back playing and being involved in the Premier League Cup – playing hopefully injury free.
“After injuring my CFL ligament in my ankle as well as fracturing my ankle, I got a lot of support from the physios, coaches and especially my teammates.
“The physios have been really good, helping me get back as quickly and as strong as possible. Some people find it harder than others, but I haven’t struggled as much as I thought I would, especially with the support I had around me.”
Moving onto training this week ahead of the Premier League Cup fixture on Friday evening, the Young Terrier commented:
“Training has been good this week with a lot of preparation for the game on Friday. We’ve been discussing and previewing the game today and then we focussed a lot on Fleetwood Town, how we can overcome them and set up our attack.
“We’ve done some 11v11 work, seeing how they set up and how we can beat them."
Vost then discussed the importance of this competition for the B Team and how much it means for the players and the coaches.
“I think these are the biggest games for the B Team and the ones that you most look forward to. It’s on everyone’s mind - coaches and players - that we want to go and perform.
“We did well in the first two games against Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest, where we drew them both, but this is a game where we’re going to win, the only outcome we want is a win, so we’re going for the three points and will hopefully go through to the next round.”
“We’ve got high expectations for this competition, so we’re looking to continue that form and go through to the next round after a hard group stage.”
Come and support the Terriers of tomorrow at the John Smith’s Stadium in the Premier League Cup, find out more by CLICKING HERE to read our match preview.