Huddersfield closing in on safety after draw at Manchester City - Jonas Lossl
Huddersfield goalkeeper Jonas Lossl feels his side are in touching distance of Premier League safety after Sunday's 0-0 draw at champions Manchester City.
The Terriers claimed a valuable point to move three points clear of the relegation zone with two games -- against Chelsea and Arsenal -- to play.
With Swansea and Southampton, the two sides immediately below them, to play each other in midweek it was a point that could make a crucial difference -- but Lossl stressed that the job is not done yet.
"It was really fantastic -- what a clean sheet to get," the Danish goalkeeper said. "It was a massive team effort and I am really proud. We can use this point. One point more and I think we are safe.
"It has been a very good season so far but we are not there yet. We haven't reached our target yet. The target is to stay in the Premier League and has been all the way through.
"It's like a 100-metre sprint. We don't stop after 95 metres. We need to run it all the way through."
Not surprisingly, Huddersfield were outplayed in terms of possession but created some decent opportunities for themselves.
Lossl added: "It's one minute at a time in a game like that but in the first half we had some good chances, so when we came in at half-time we were very optimistic about the second half.
"We knew they were going to come strong again from the beginning but as the half went on I think we deserved our point. We had a perfect plan and we followed it. We believed in it.
"We're very happy and have congratulated everybody in the club. It can prove to be a massive point."