David Wagner says Huddersfield have big chance of Premier League survival
By Zinny Boswell
Last Updated: 04/05/18 12:44pm
David Wagner says any nerves ahead of Huddersfield's Premier League run-in "make no sense", with their survival "miracle" so close.
In their three remaining games, Huddersfield travel to champions Manchester City on Sunday, followed by a trip to last year's league winners Chelsea, with Arsenal on the final day for Arsene Wenger's final match at the club.
Wagner, whose side sit three points above the relegation zone, is relishing the forthcoming fixtures and has urged his team complete their unlikely objective.
"We've had some big weeks in the past to be totally honest, " said Wagner, when asked if it is the biggest week in the club's history.
"We have now three great opponents, and very exciting matches in front of us. In other countries you have to qualify for the Champions League to play opponents like this.
"We worked our socks off last year at Wembley to play these opponents and now we start to get worried about it - it makes absolutely no sense.
"Nobody expected us to stay up, three games to go and we have everything in our hands. We are fighting and we have a big chance to reach an unbelievable target, to finish our miracle and this is how it is."