Boss pleased with 1-0 victoryManager Nigel Adkins heaped praise on his players after they earned a 1-0 win away to Huddersfield.
Billy Sharp's first half goal made it three wins in four games for Adkins' men, and it was an organised and disciplined display.
It was rightly put to the boss in his post-match press that it was a good away display, and he said, "Thank you for saying that, it was indeed a good away win, because we've got a lot of respect for Mark Robins and Huddersfield, they play really good football.
The boss also heaped praise on captain McAnuff, who returned to starting XI. "I must say I thought Jobi was outstanding with the armband on. He epitomised the players' attitude, which has been first class.
"It's another three points on the road, which is never easy. Huddersfield show the future of football in that they can adapt their formation in several different ways during a game, like we do.
The players saluted our 400 travelling fans at full time, and the boss commented, "The lads went over to applaud because we want to be together as one. We're all going in the same direction and pulling for each other."