Aaron Mooy says everyone is buying into David Wagner’s “no limits” mantra as Huddersfield made it two wins from two in the Premier League.
The Terriers followed up their opening-day win at Crystal Palace with a 1-0 success over Newcastle at the John Smith’s Stadium, courtesy of Mooy’s fine second-half goal.
Huddersfield were expected to be whipping boys during their first spell in the Premier League but while Mooy is not getting carried away, he believes anything is possible after a 100 per cent start.
“The boss has a saying to have no limits and we all stand behind that,” he said. “It is only early but it’s a great start.
“It has been a great start so far, but we can’t get carried away, it’s early in the season. We just have to keep working hard and keep trying to improve.”
On his goal, a lovely curling finish from 18 yards after a good team move, he added: “It is hard to describe. I am very proud and I am very proud for everyone.
“It is a special goal, the club’s first home Premier League goal so I am very proud.”
Team-mate Tom Ince believes his side’s early results have sent a message to the rest of the division.
“It was important, people wrote us off last week at Palace but we couldn’t rest on our laurels and we have made a statement,” he said.
“The manager has come and said it, we are not here just to be part of the league we are here to show people what we are about and that we deserve to be in the Premier League.
“Today was about winning. Two games, six points and we move on.”