Chris Lowe says now is the time for Huddersfield Town to start producing winning performances. The Terriers are rock-bottom of the Premier League, having failed to pick up a win from 10 attempts, and they face a crucial clash against fellow strugglers Fulham at the John Smith’s Stadium on Monday night.
German left-back Lowe has been a regular first-team fixture this season, making nine league starts, and he has been a constant threat down the left after putting 58 crosses into the area.
The 29-year-old defender, who was named the club’s October BWF Player of the Month, has urged his side to improve on recent results and get themselves out of relegation trouble.
Lowe told HTTV: “First of all, I am proud to be named Player of the Month, but that’s not the most important thing for me. We have to deliver now, start getting points on the board, start performing and get the points. “That’s what we are focused on at the minute. We have to turn it around on Monday against Fulham. The most important thing is that we get points now.”