Last Updated: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 19:42
Huddersfield boss Mark Robins made no excuses for his team's performance as they fell to a 2-0 home defeat to Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls had seen an 11-game unbeaten streak ended with back-to-back defeats against Wigan and Derby but goals from Jeremy Helan and Jacques Maghoma saw them put their Championship campaign back on track.
Robins said: "I could go ranting and raving and while that might make me feel better it won't do any good.
"You can count on the fingers of one hand the number of poor performances we have had this season. Our play in the final third was non-existent at times."
Robins said his side wanted to play football, but added: "Possession is vanity if you don't do anything with it.
"The crowd see you doubting yourself and the fans get on your back.
"The supporters need to stay with us because we have some young lads in the team.
"I get the fact that the fans are frustrated and it's up to us to give them something to cheer and get them on their feet. You have to be brave."
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