Huddersfield Town caretaker boss Mark Lillis reveals his delight after he guides club to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
Huddersfield Town caretaker boss Mark Lillis revealed that he was delighted to lead the club into the fifth round of the FA Cup after their win over Leicester.
Goals from Adam Clayton and Sean Scannell secured the win for the Terriers, which sets up a clash with Wigan Athletic on Saturday.
Lillis told reporters: "This was a fantastic evening for the club. "We are very happy, of course we are. It is a great feeling.
"The big thing was to get the lads into the dressing room at half-time and make sure they continued to believe in themselves. That was the big word - belief."
Huddersfield also revealed that they are in talks to bring Coventry City boss Mark Robins into the club to fill the vacant manager's role.
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