Mark Robins described his Huddersfield Town side as “excellent” after they ended their season with an emphatic 4-1 win against an abject Watford at Vicarage Road this afternoon.
The Terriers had come into the game with only one win in their last 12 games but a second-half hat-trick from Danny Ward following Joe Lolley’s opener shortly after the restart fired them to a comprehensive win.
The Huddersfield boss said: “We were excellent from start to finish, I thought we controlled it as well as we could.
“Alex (Smithies) made a couple of good saves before we eventually took the lead. The first half was a little bit of a cagey affair but I thought in the second half we were good value for a win.
“I didn’t see four goals coming from it but Danny’s got a hat-trick, I’m absolutely delighted for him, Joe Lolley’s got his first goal for us and I thought his debut was outstanding and it was a good game for him to come into and perform.”