David Wagner believes Huddersfield will begin to pick up points if they continue to play as they did against Leicester. The Town boss has yet to see his side win in six Premier League matches this season after the 3-1 defeat at King Power Stadium, which left the club bottom of the table with just two points.
They are not completely cut adrift just yet with the likes of Cardiff and Newcastle also on two points, while West Ham and Burnley have just four points.
Wagner was nevertheless happy with the way Huddersfield played on Saturday and he is not too concerned by their start to the campaign.
He said: “In general, of course, points and wins helps to create confidence but there is not much between us and the other teams, the gap is not big.
“I have no doubt that we will collect our points if we carry on playing as we are.
“I am confident that we can close the gap between us and the other teams in terms of performances because I know and I see the potential we have.”