Terriers lack bite, says Clark
Last Updated: 04/09/11 2:57pm
Clark: Wants more from players
Huddersfield have gone to 31 league games unbeaten after a 1-1 draw at Oldham but manager Lee Clark is still disappointed.
After falling behind to Shefki Kuqi's debut goal for Oldham, Clark's side had the better of the chances but could only respond with a strike by Anthony Kay.
Oldham had defender Bradley Diallo sent off 14 minutes from time and almost paid the price as Huddersfield sub Alan Lee hit the woodwork.
Clark said: "I'm frustrated because we had fantastic chances, especially in the second half. Oldham started unbelievably well and got their early goal but we took it on the chin and came back strong.
"We need to convert these opportunities and start winning away from home. We need to be ruthless. At the same time we are 31 league games unbeaten going back to December and you cannot under-estimate that achievement.
"The result is a bit disappointing but I am not downbeat because the performance was good against a side with a great work ethic. They had us under pressure early on but we responded and the character of the players was very pleasing."