Huddersfield Town will take inspiration from Middlesbrough’s win over Tottenham.
Middlesbrough enjoyed a brilliant 1-0 extra-time win over Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup yesterday.
Chris Wilder’s side have now knocked out both Manchester United and Spurs and will be confident of a much longer cup run.
Huddersfield Town should take inspiration from their success as, like Boro, they are enjoying some excellent form.
The Terriers have already knocked out Premier League side Burnley in the third round and are yet to face another top tier side.
However, if they are to beat Nottingham Forest on Monday night then Carlos Corberan’s men will be confident they can take on anyone.
With Huddersfield unbeaten in 17 matches in all competitions they will certainly know how to strike fear into any opponent.
Here are the best of today’s transfer rumours...
1. Cardiff boss signs new deal
Cardiff City boss Steve Morison has signed a contract extension until summer 2023. The former Wales international was appointed first team manager until the end of the season in November. (Cardiff City FC)
2. Second loan deal for Preston star possible
Aston Villa intend on keeping Cameron Archer for pre-season in the summer and won't be selling the striker, however they may reportedly be open to sending him back out on loan late in the summer window depending on their attacking options. (Birmingham Mail)
3. Notts Forest suffer blow to keep winger
Brennan Johnson is reportedly in no rush to sign a new deal with Nottingham Forest amid Premier League interest. Leeds United, West Ham and Crystal Palace are interested, while Brentford saw a £18 million bid rejected in January. (Football Insider)
4. RB Salzburg join race for Bristol City ace
Red Bull Salzburg have joined Nottingham Forest and Celtic in the race for Bristol City's Antoine Semenyo. Celtic have also held talks with the 22-year-old's representatives. (Football Scotland)