Hunt happy with Huddersfield's start to life in the Championship
Huddersfield defender Jack Hunt has declared himself happy with how they have adapted to life in the Championship.
Last Updated: 18/10/12 3:29pm
The Terriers, who won promotion to the Championship last season, are currently in sixth spot in the table after an impressive start to the campaign.
Highly-rated full-back Hunt has been an ever-present in Simon Grayson's side and he is enjoying pitting his wits against top quality opposition.
"Obviously playing in the Championship is new to me and a lot of our players, but we are enjoying playing in the Championship," Hunt told Sky Sports.
"We have done well so far and there is a real belief in the squad as we are a quarter of the way through the season and I think we have shown we can compete against anyone in this league.
"The manager brought in a number of good signings in the summer and we all have gelled really quickly which has been good to see.
Hunt, who has come through the ranks, admits the team spirit in the squad is one of the main factors for their success this season.
"I have been at Huddersfield all my career and there has always been a brilliant team spirit in the squad and this season is no different," added Hunt.
"All the lads are in it together and I think our team spirit has been key to our success this season.
"It is early days yet and no one is getting carrried away with things, but we are confident we can maintain our form for the rest of the season."
Huddersfield face Wolves this weekend at home and Hunt is expecting a tough test against one of their promotion rivals.
"It is going to be a massive game this weekend as Wolves have just come down from the Premier League and they are one of the favourites to win promotion so we know we will be in for a tough encounter," added Hunt.
"They have hit a bit of form, but we are at home and with the fans behind us we are confident we can get a positive result."
Hunt has been tipped for a call-up to the England Under 21 side after catching the eye this season and the 21-year-old admits it would be a dream come true to play for his country.
"I have heard bits and pieces that people from the England set-up have been watching me and it is nice to hear that they are watching you as it means you must be doing OK.
"If something was to happen with England I would be over the moon.
"For anyone to play for your country would be a dream come true and I will keep doing my best for Huddersfield and see what happens."