They're the best side we've played for some time at Portman Road
They offered so much more going forward than the likes of Blackburn and Brighton who many would have tipped for a higher finish than them.
They've got some very talented players in their midfield, how they're 17th I do not know.
Their defence has supposedly been struggling but they totally shut us out in open play, much like a higher positioned side would. You do worry how we'll cope with Wolves and Watford if Huddersfield can shut us out.
Thankfully we're strong from set pieces and you've always got a chance of nicking something without playing well.
It would be interesting to see if we'd have coped better with Mings, Williams and even Bru in the side. I suppose we'll find out later in the season.
Nahki Wells is exactly the sort of striker we lack, Murphy and McGoldrick are both decent players but a pacey outlet who makes a nuisance of themselves would compliment those two well. Perhaps Cameron Stewart is this man, you do worry how much this injury will have effected him though.
Yesterday was a bit of a reality check, we can't be relying on players like Anderson and Tabb to come on and shut games down against the more talented sides in this division. Bournemouth, Watford and Wolves will tear us a near one if we're relying on players like this.
That was a funny old move to Huddersfield you have to say, he was very highly rated at Palace alongside Moses?
Grant Holt Archdeacon of Norwich, one of their greatest ever players should be today's super villain. I suspect people won't even realise Butterfield is an ex-Budgie given he didn't make a single appearance for them :p
What happened to Adam Hammill, he's always been a talent at this level?
With Williams coming in and Stewart still to come back, our attacking options suddenly look very promising indeed!
Mick's doing a cracking job of building a hard working unit on a budget and he's now starting to supplement this unit with some real quality. It's a great position to be a Town fan right now, the future looks bright for once.
I just hope we can keep this momentum up with these two tricky away games
of the teams in this league, through sheer work rate and organisation.
For the top 1/3 who ultimately we need to be competing with if we are to push for promotion we'll need a bit more quality to unlock them imho
So the loan signing of Jonny Williams very much pushes us into that boat, I also hope Collison can step up because that little bit more depth and quality will push us a long way to being a competitive force through out this season.
Kudos to Mick, a team is being built, you can see the progression and the development throughout the squad. The longer he is here, the better, he's an excellent manager at this level.