Huddersfield off bottom of Premier League after beating Fulham

Huddersfield head coach David Wagner

Huddersfield head coach David Wagner last saw his side score a league goal at home in April

The Terriers, in their second Premier League campaign, are rooted to the foot of the table having failed to win any of their opening 10 matches this term.

It's a former manager of their London rivals West Ham that's been installed as favourite to take his job if he is indeed relieved of his duties, with David Moyes a 7/2 favourite in the race to be The Next Fulham Manager. Before Monday evening, the last time they troubled the back of an opposing net at the John Smith's Stadium was when Tom Ince scored against Watford back in April. It's hard to explain but obviously, the biggest problem for us was that we had so many good performances in the past, especially at home, Liverpool, Tottenham as well, Burnley away, but without goals, points or a win.

"Showing that commitment is what it is all about, and that we stay together", he said.

"This is something we have shown in the past, and I'm a strong believer that when you start to get nervous or panic, then you will fail". This is one of the advantages we have at this football club, that we stay calm even if we are ambitious. "Life will continue after Monday whatever happens, but it is a very important game".

Fulham have already conceded 28 goals on their return to the top division, winning only once, and leaving Jokanovic's position on rocky ground.

The slick attacking outfit that made late ground in their charge to promotion via the play-offs last term was bolstered by some heavy spending this summer, with the likes of Jean Michel Seri and Andre Schurrle being brought in to add quality and depth to Jokanovic's squad. This was my 50th win I hear and one of the most important to be totally honest.

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