With four games of their season left to go, Huddersfield will be confident of avoiding the drop, but Terriers boss Carlos Corberan revealed he's not taking anything for granted, and insisted: “It is clear with 47 points that it is not going to be enough.
“We still have four games left and we will need more points, so our concentration will need to be the same as it was against Forest in the rest of our games.
“What brought us the win was more confidence in ourselves We need to continue going the way we competed against Forest. Anytime to relax is going to be impossible for us because 47 points can’t be enough.
“We know getting points in the Championship is always a high challenge. We have tough opponents to play and we need to add a higher number of points as fast as possible.”
Next up, the Terriers take on Barnsley tonight, in what should be a fiercely-fought contest at the John Smith's Stadium.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Huddersfield Town and the rest of the Championship, as the reaction to the weekend's action continues:
1. Canaries focused on title chase
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has claimed his side won't be taking their foot off the pedal despite securing promotion back to the Premier League with time to spare, insisting that they're now focused on winning the title. (Club website)
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2. Hornets eye Darlow
Watford are rumoured to be lining up a move for Newcastle United goalkeeper Karl Darlow, as they edge closer to promotion back to the Premier League. Their current number one is 38-year-old stopper Ben Foster. (Mirror)
3. Blues not getting complacent
Birmingham City boss Lee Bowyer has insisted that his side aren't safe from relegation yet, and signalled his intent for the team to rack up the points to make them mathematically safe as quickly as possible to avoid a frantic end to the campaign. (Birmingham Mail)
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4. Toney opens up on Newcastle struggles
Brentford sensation Ivan Toney has admitted his move from Northampton to Newcastle as a teenager came "too soon" is his career, and credited Peterborough United for getting his career back on track before he joined the Bees last summer. (talkSPORT)
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