Huddersfield manager Jan Siewert wants his side to work harder and be more intense against Arsenal when the two sides meet on Saturday.
The German coach is looking to turn around the club’s fortunes following three consecutive losses in a row, in which his side has conceded nine goals.
It doesn’t get much easier for the Terriers this weekend, as they host a Gunners team vying for Champions League qualification, in their quest to somehow escape the relegation zone.
In order to do that Siewert wants his charges to up their work levels and run more during games.
“I am always focusing on us and our development, no matter who we are against. I want people to recognise our style,3 he told the press in his pre-match press conference.
“We need intensity and to work hard to compete in these games. I want our players to run a lot and make a lot of yards on the pitch.”
Huddersfield lie bottom of the Premier League table on eleven points, 13 points adrift from safety with 13 games remaining.